Causes of Lower Back Pain and Neck Pain
Herniated Disc, Degenerative Disc, Sciatica, Spinal Stenosis, Facet Syndrome
Back pain and neck pain will affect many of us at some point in our lives. If you're suffering with back pain, it's important to understand that the pain you're feeling is a symptom of a greater problem, not the final diagnosis. In order to relieve your pain, we need to find out the underlying cause of your back pain or neck pain. A slip or fall, auto accident, sports injury, being overweight and/or inactive, aging, or stress on the back due to heavy lifting or posture, can cause neck or back pain which could range from a minor discomfort to intense pain that shoots down into your legs and feet. Many sufferers have a hard time standing, walking, sleeping, and working due to intense pain.
Some of the medical conditions that can cause chronic or severe back pain and neck pain include:
Back and neck pain sufferers may have tried it all, from pain medications and epidurals, to invasive surgeriers with little or no relief. Pain medications don't work because they do not heal the underlying root of pain, they simply mask it. The DRS Protocol™ is a pain-free treatment and can relieve pain due to these, and other medical conditions, without surgery.