Low back pain is an ailment that affects most people at least once in their lives. Using the latest low back pain guidelines from the American Pain Society (APS) and the American College of Physicians (ACP) as a key reference, this visual and textual overview of the condition explains:
Types of low back pain
Causes and risk factors
Signs and symptoms
Treatment and management
This chart illustrates:
A human figure (posterior view) with pain radiating into the leg and numbness and tingling in the leg
Sagittal view of lower spine with: tumor of the spinal cord, bone spur impinging on spinal nerves, compression fractures and herniated disc impinging on spinal nerve
Anterior view of the lower spine and pelvis showing tumors, infections, degenerative diseases, ankylosing sponylitis, sacroilitis, arthritis and intrapelvic mass
Correct postures and techniques to avoid low back pain
Size is 26" W by 20" H.
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