Posted on 09-18-2013
Help! Why does my back hurt when I exercise?
People experience lower back pain, hip pain, knee pain, and ankle pain from exercise. They may also experience wrist pain, elbow pain, shoulder pain, upper back pain and neck pain.
It may be occurring because of improper exercise technique or over-exercising for your fitness level.
It may also occur because of joints and tissue that are damaged from a previous injury and the exercise is exacerbating the old injury.
It may be occurring because the effected joints are not in their proper allignment. The joints can't move and function normally and therefore suffer abnormal wear and tear. Sort of like a front tire on a car with bad wheel allignment. The car moves but the tire wears out faster on one side.
Come to my Fountain Valley, California office for a consultation and examination. We'll figure out what the problem is and get it fixed so that you can continue exercising. Many patients can continue their exercise program while undergoing treatment in our office!
So if you live in Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach, Westminster, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, or anywhere in Orange County, California we can help.
Give our office a call now at 714-841-4300 and make an appointment.
Dr. Glen Cauble
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