If you suffer from pain in your back, you should know that a lot of people are in your shoes. Back pain is something that most adults will experience at some point in their lives. One in five of such cases will develop chronic pain, which is pain that lasts for over one year.
Muscle pain after a pulled back muscle is often experienced on one side of the back only. This can be caused due to compensation after a sore joint, such as a sore hip or knee joint. For example, if one of the hips is weak, you will strain the opposite side of the back more to make up for that, which can overwork the muscles on that side and lead to a pulled muscle in the back. A pulled-back muscle can cause a lot of pain. Some of the most common symptoms of pulled-back include your pain hurting when you move, but also when you say still, pain which might radiate down to the buttocks, but typically not down to the legs, difficulty with standing up straight, muscle spasms, or muscle cramps, and issues bending over or walking.
Visit our Pulled Back Muscle Specialists, led by Dr. Raj Raval, MD, located in Downtown Brooklyn. We can pinpoint the source of your pain and prescribe a personalized, time-tested treatment plan that works. Call us to schedule a consultation: (646) 693-2757.