Given the vital importance that the spine plays and the support it provides the human body, it is no wonder that people take spine conditions very seriously. However, back pain and spine injuries are incredibly common. In fact, back pain is one of the most common disorders for which people seek medical attention and treatment. Whether the pain results from physical trauma or strain (like a car accident or sports injury) or finds its roots in a medical condition like degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis or osteoporosis, having a thorough understanding of your spine condition is essential in improving your quality of life.
The spine is divided into three mobile sections - cervical, thoracic and lumbar - with the immobile sacrum below and is the main supportive structure of the body and the central component for movement.
Neck Pain (Cervical)
Mid-Back Pain (Thoracic)
Lower Back Pain (Lumbar)