Types and symptoms of back pain

Stitching pain in the back: left, right, under the shoulder blade

Stitching pain in the back is not uncommon. Today it is no secret to anyone that hypothermia or inflammation in the back is not always the cause. There can be quite a few reasons that lead to the development of pain in the back.

Thoracolumbar Scoliosis

According to statistics, lumbar scoliosis is most often found in school-age children and mainly in girls (more than 85% of all cases).

Scoliosis pain

Gradually developing scoliotic spinal deformity is manifested by a number of symptoms, and pain with scoliosis - of various localization and intensity - is part of the clinical picture of this disease. However, pain does not occur in everyone.

Lumbar kyphosis

In foreign literature, this disease is referred to as lumbar degenerative kyphosis (LDK), which is a subgroup of flat back syndrome.

Scoliosis of the cervical spine

The spine takes on a pathological position most often in childhood or adolescence during the period of active development of cartilage and bone tissue, although such a defect can also occur in adults. The term scoliosis itself suggests that the curvature plane is frontal, in contrast to lordosis and kyphosis - bends in the sagittal plane. 

Dysplastic scoliosis

According to the Scoliosis Research Society, juvenile scoliosis accounts for 12–25% of cases; girls are diagnosed more often than boys.

Spinal scoliosis of 1 degree: how to treat at home, massage

Scoliosis is a lateral deformity of the spine. It can be localized in different parts of the spine or in several at once, to have several forms of curvature. 

Lordosis of the lumbar spine

Normally, each person has a fairly well pronounced lumbar lordosis. Represented by a bend in the opposite direction in the lumbar region. It acts as a shock absorber and protects the spinal cord from mechanical damage. 

S-shaped scoliosis

Any scoliosis is a spinal deformity, and  S-shaped scoliosis  is determined when, along with a frontal curvature resembling the letter C, there is a second lateral curvature — compensating, giving the spinal column the shape of the letter S.