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Neural therapy and infiltration therapy

What causes back pain?

The spine consists of different structures that sit close together and may cause pain. The following causes can be responsible for back pain:

Small vertebral joints, which connect the vertebral bodies with each other: Misalignments and loosening within the movement segments of the spine as well as ageing processes may cause irritation to these joints, which can result in back pain with or without pain radiating into the arms or legs.

Intervertebral discs: Protrusions of intervertebral discs lead to a crowding of adjacent structures. Pain reduction can be achieved at these structures close to the spine and throughout the body with various local injections of local anaesthetics.

Do you also suffer from back pain? Simply make an appointment with us so that we can determine the cause in a joint discussion.