Different Types Of Back Pains

As you may already know a little basic of back pain from personal experience, back pain can be uniquely complex and difficult to diagnose and treat. There are different types of back pain, and have a wide range of treatments that could work in some conditions if diagnosed properly.

Also, the intensity and manageability of pain are very different for every person. Like, one person with a herniated disc may experience excruciating pain while another person with the same condition has no symptoms at all. Similarly, a muscle strain can range from mild to debilitating. With some conditions, back pain can flare up and then subside, only to flare up again after a few weeks or months and gradually intensify over time. Because only you know your level of pain, your treatment will most likely be more successful if you are an active participant in making decisions about your medical care.

Types of Structure wise pain:

Your back is subjected to various strong forces throughout the day, such as from twisting, sudden jolts, or poor posture when sitting hunched over. Any of your spine’s many interconnected and overlapping structures are capable of becoming injured and producing back pain. Common anatomical causes of back pain include:

Bones, ligaments, tendons, and other anatomic structures are also capable of causing back pain.

Three common classifications of back pain include:


ConventionalNonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) or naproxen sodium (Aleve), may help relieve back pain.

Physiotherapy: Physiotherapy assessment aims to identify impairments that may have contributed to the onset of the pain, or increase the likelihood of developing persistent pain.

Others: Minimally invasive procedures like nerve blocks, intra articular injections, radio frequency treatment, Nucleoplasty, Endoscopic Discectomy are also appropriate for any back pain.

We as a team at IAMC offers integrated services including evidence based most modern and effective treatment options for back pain, with best diagnostics, medicine and treatments.