There has been some recent insight that has been given into a faster herniated disc diagnosis having a major impact on back pain in general. In more detail to this aspect in general is that the problem in general is that for individuals and the economy is that many causes of back pain present themselves with very similar problems.
- When someone is in pain, all they want is to feel better
- The problem, for individuals and the economy, is that many causes of back pain present themselves with similar symptoms
- a study published in Arthritis Research and Therapy suggests that there may be a faster way to diagnose the cause of chronic back pain
“The findings suggest that patients who experience low back pain have low-grade inflammation. Profiling circulating cytokines can help differentiate whether the pain is due to spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease or intervertebral disc herniation.”