Back pain


  • Dull, aching pain in the lower back (lumbar region), upper back (thoracic region), or between the shoulder blades.
  • Pain that worsens with movement or prolonged sitting or standing.
  • Muscle stiffness or tightness in the back muscles.
  • Shooting or stabbing pain that radiates down the legs (sciatica) in the case of lower back pain.
  • Difficulty bending, lifting, or performing activities of daily living due to back pain.

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  • Reduces inflammation and swelling in the back muscles and surrounding tissues.
  • Improves circulation to the back, facilitating the delivery of oxygen and nutrients to injured tissues
  • Relieves muscle tension and stiffness in the back, promoting relaxation and pain relief.
  • Helps alleviate edema and swelling that may contribute to back pain after injury or surgery.

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