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Sore Back

Scar tissue formation

A sore back can be the result of many causes: failed back surgery, scar tissue, mowing the grass, playing tennis, and others. Muscle strain of the erector spinae, which provides support for the spine, is the most common cause of a sore back. Any sudden stress such as a sports injury, an awkward fall, using the back muscles improperly to lift a heavy object, or overworking a poorly conditioned muscle can result in a sore back.

Exercising and strengthening the supporting muscles of the back and abdomen are the best defenses against a sore back. Weak or debilitated muscles contribute to the potential of having a sore back from performing menial tasks. A few minutes a day will make a difference in the response of the back muscles to stressors. Keep in mind, however, that it may take weeks just to get the pain of a sore back under control.

Ultrasound Therapy with MendMeShop

It is often necessary for persistent sore back pain to be treated by a physical therapist. Physical therapy may be passive, including heat packs, ice, and MendMeShop Therapeutic Ultrasound ultrasound therapy. Passive physical therapy is generally the method used to get the pain under control and enhance the healing process. Once the pain is controlled, active physical therapy teaches patients which exercises are most effective in stabilizing the spine and preventing future episodes of sore back.

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Even though a sore back can be debilitating for many people, this condition usually responds quickly to treatment. Browse AidMySciatica.com for ways that MendMeShop can soothe and help heal sore back muscles through increased blood flow. Used in conjunction with all-natural MendMeShop Lavender Infusion Ultrasound Gel, the soundwave technology of ultrasound has been recognized as cutting-edge treatment for those suffering with sore backs.

Do you have more questions?


If you have any questions regarding our therapeutic products and your treatment options, please contact a MendMeShop Advisor for assistance. You can be assured all your questions will be answered in a thorough and courteous manner by our trained staff.

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