Back Pain

Back Pain

Back pain is pain felt in the back. As the pain travels down the spine, it is classified as either cervical (neck pain), thoracic (chest pain), lumbar (back pain), or sacral (tailbone) pain. [1] Because it bears so much of the upper body’s weight, the lumbar region is a frequent source of discomfort. It hurts, and it could be a dull ache, a sharp pain, or even a burning sensation. Discomfort, such as tingling, numbness, or weakness, can spread to the arms and hands in addition to the legs and feet.

Symptoms of Back Pain:

Loss of appetite

Weight Loss


Swelling in the back

Persistent back pain, where lying down or resting does not help

Distress that extends below the knees

Trauma received recently to the back

 Tingling or numbness in the genital area

Discomfort in the buttocks and a loss of feeling around the anus

Inability to control bowel movements (faecal incontinence) and urination (urinary incontinence)