Pain comes in many forms: acute pain, specific pain, and chronic pain. General pain refers to the kind of pain that hurts in more than one place on the body. Many times general pain is also chronic pain. Arthritis, and all its forms, osteoarthritis, fibromyalgia, and rheumatoid arthritis, pinched nerves and migraine headaches affect you in multiple ways.
Dr. Bilal Shanti
Everyone, during the course of their life, deals with pain of some kind. Acute pain, the kind that comes on suddenly but usually has a limited duration, is frequently caused by damage to tissue such as bone, muscle, or organs, while chronic pain typically lasts longer and is often associated with an on-going or long-term condition such as a chronic injury or deformity.
Pain Management Expert
When patients refer to back pain, their doctor must ascertain which part of the back is actually causing the discomfort. Traditionally, the back is composed of three separate sections, each with its own structure, movement abilities, and vulnerabilities: the upper back is often combined with the neck, the middle back. and the lower back. The neck and lower back are built to have the most movement.