Inflammatory back pain (IBP) can be cause be several different things and is almost always an indicator of something more. There is a difference between inflammatory back pain and mechanical back pain. Continue reading Inflammatory Back Pain vs Mechanical Back Pain
It can be difficult to determine if you need to see a doctor or specialist for back pain, especially if you aren’t familiar with what a rheumatolgist is or what diseases they treat. A rheumatologist is a doctor who specializes in both musculoskeletal disorders and certain autoimmune diseases. AOCBV has a team of board-certified rheumatologists in Bryan/College Station, TX that are equipped to treat inflammatory back pain
. We will discuss when to see a doctor for back pain.
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Back pain is one of the most comment ailments. It interferes with work, reduces your ability to enjoy life and may lead to complications that can worsen the pain. Back pain is such a prevalent condition that roughly half of all Americans suffer from it each year. By better understanding the causes of back pain, as well as the symptoms of back pain, you will be able to recognize it and take the first steps necessary to treat it.
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