Did you know that you may have a fractured Vertebra and not even know it?
For most people who have a vertebra fracture, pain is a part of their everyday life. They wake up thinking about it, and they go to sleep thinking about it. However, this is not always the case when dealing with fractures. It is possible to have fractured vertebra and not feel pain due to the fact that the fracture or pressure from the fracture is not interfering with nerve signals in the back.
While most vertebra fractures tend to occur in the elderly, it can also affect people in any age group. Also, women more than men, tend to experience fractured vertebras more often. This is especially due to post menopause when the body goes through many hormonal changes. Vertebra Fractures not only cause physical pain but can cause emotional pain as well. Any type of pain, especially chronic pain can take a toll on one’s spirits.
Since vertebra fractures can range from mild to severe, it’s important to gather as much information as you can from reputable sources in order to make an informed decision on how you should treat the problem. If a fracture occurs in the thoracic (middle) and lumbar (lower) spine, this typically is due to an injury. There are many types of vertebra fractures, but for the purpose of this article we are going to focus on treatments.
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The best treatment for Vertebra Fractures is prevention. Eating a healthy, nutrient filled diet will give your body and bones what they need to function properly and healthfully. Exercise is an essential element that every person should partake in, in order to live a healthier lifestyle.
If you suffer from a vertebra fracture, make sure to seek the advice of a health care professional and to start off slow and only do specific targeted exercises that will not only help the vertebra fracture, but also allow you to strengthen the entire back and spine.
If you have been diagnosed with a vertebra fracture, consult with your healthcare provider who can offer you the best, comprehensive and conservative approach.
Written By: Updated: July 11,2011