Best Ice Pack for Back Pain and Soreness

Back pain is one of the most common reasons people visit the doctor. It is also the most common cause of job-related disabilities and eighty percent of Americans will experience back pain sometime within their lifetime.

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Injuries such as muscle sprains or strains are the biggest cause of back pain and soreness. Sudden movements or poor body mechanics when picking up heavy items can cause back injuries and back pain and soreness. Certain diseases can also attribute to back pain such as spinal cord cancer, ruptured or herniated discs, sciatica, arthritis, kidney infections, or infections of the spine. Acute back pain can last from a few days to a few weeks and chronic back pain can last over three months.

Ages 30 to 50 are more likely to experience back pain and soreness due to changes in the body that take place as a result of aging. When one gets older, the fluid between the vertebrae in the spine decreases and the discs in the spine can become irritated easier. Some muscle tone can also be lost making one’s back subjected to further injury.

Back pain and soreness can be caused by strains, disc injury, sciatica, spinal stenosis, abnormal spine curvatures, and arthritis, fibromyalgia, spondylitis, and spondylosis. Excess activity can cause the muscles and ligaments in the back to stretch and cause pain, stiffness, and soreness in the back and muscle spasms. Discs in the back are also prone to injury and the risk is increased with age. The outer disc can tear or herniate which is also referred to as a slipped or ruptured disc. A slipped or ruptured disc or herniated disc occurs when the cartilage around the disc is pushed against the spinal cord or nerve roots. This type of injury can occur after heavy lifting or twisting takes place in the back. This can last for over seventy-two hours.

Sciatica can take place when the herniated disc is pressed on the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is the connection between the spine and the legs and a sciatica can cause pain and soreness in both the legs and feet in addition to the back. This pain can feel like burning pins and needles. When the spinal column narrows, this is known as spinal stenosis which can be as a result of degeneration of the discs between the vertebrae. The nerve roots in the spinal cord can compress by bony spurs or soft tissues such as discs. Symptoms of spinal stenosis can include numbness, cramping, soreness, and weakness and one might feel these symptoms anywhere within their body. Many notice their symptoms worsening after standing or walking.

Abnormal conditions in the spine can be caused by scoliosis, kyphosis, and lordosis and these are all congenital conditions. These are conditions that are normally first diagnosed when one is a child or a teenager. These curvatures can place pressure on the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and vertebrae and be the cause for back pain and soreness as well as poor posture.

Arthritis can also attribute to back pain and soreness as well as long-term pain and tenderness in the joints, muscles, and tendons also known as fibromyalgia. Inflammation of the joints between the spinal bones is referred to as spondylitis and can also attribute to back pain and soreness.

Back pain and soreness can also be caused by a degenerative disorder that may cause loss of normal spinal structure and function also known as spondylosis. Spondylosis is primarily caused by aging and the location and rate is individual.

Other causes of back pain and soreness can be from kidney and bladder issues, pregnancy, endometriosis, ovarian cysts, uterine fibroids, and cancer.

Best ice pack for back pain and soreness: The Coldest Water Ice Pack

The best ice pack for back pain and soreness is The Coldest Water Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack which is the best ice pack to be used to treat back pain and soreness seventy-two hours after the pain and soreness starts. In order to best help reduce swelling and soreness in the back and treat pain from a back injury, it is best to apply The Coldest Water Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack for fifteen to twenty minutes at a time.

Lying on one’s back can cause more pain and soreness in the back as well as discomfort. It is best to lie on one’s side with their knees bent and pillow between the legs in order to avoid feeling more pain and soreness. If one can lie without discomfort on their back, it is best to put a pillow or rolled-up towel under their thighs in order to decrease pressure on the back.

A warm bath or massage can also help to relax muscles in the back that are stiff and knotted. Stretching, strengthening exercises, and back and spinal manipulation can also help treat back pain and soreness.

The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack can also aid in treatment for back aches, pains, and soreness. To use The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy Pack, one must freeze the pack for two hours at a time and apply The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy Pack for a maximum duration of two hours. They then must repeat for every hour on the first day for the next several days, applying The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy Pack every four hours.

The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack can be used by athletes, high performers, sports enthusiasts, adults, and children.

Before applying The Coldest Water Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack one must first stop any activities, overhead work, heavy lifting, or sports first. One should avoid any movement before applying The Coldest Water Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack.

Movement to avoid shall include any abrupt or heavy movement in order to avoid worsen the back pain and soreness. Moving abruptly or engaging in heavy movement or lifting can cause even more discomfort and can further hinder recovery and treatment for back pain and soreness. Before engaging in any abrupt or heavy movement or any activities, overhead work, heavy lifting, exercise, or sports one must wait until their back is fully recovered.

It is best to only apply The Coldest Water Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack after one stops to rest their back and avoids any abrupt or heavy movement or any activities, overhead work, heavy lifting, exercise, or sports.

To use The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack, one should apply The Coldest Water Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack every few hours for fifteen to twenty minutes at a time. After applying The Coldest Water Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy to one’s back, one can quickly start to see pain and soreness relief for their back, reduced swelling, and inflammation.

The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy Pack can also be used to aid for recovery for muscle aches and soreness in the back as well. Once one applies The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack to the back, they can start to see their back recover within a few days or a week.

The chemistry of The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack is specifically built for cold therapy applications. Cold therapy applications are recommended for the first forty-eight hours following an injury for faster recovery and relief from soreness and pain in one’s back. The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack shall be applied for twenty minutes per application in order to see a faster recovery for one’s back pain, aches, or soreness caused by a back injury.

The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack molds to your body and distributes coldness evenly. The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack was specially built for soccer, football, hockey, lacrosse, rugby, and tennis players as well as high performers in business and those that are highly active.

For the first forty-eight hours following the injury it is recommended to utilize cold therapy and either The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Flexible Therapy pack can be used or The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible pack can be used.

The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible pack can be used for hot or cold therapy and comes equipped with straps. The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible is comfortable and made for athletes and high performers. It is used for quick pain relief and is the fastest way to recover from sprains, muscle tears, aches, soreness, and back injuries.

The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible pack is reusable and flexible. The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible pack molds to the body and can be used for multiple purposes. The Coldest Ice Pack Get Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible pack is comfortable and made for athletes and high performers. It is used for the fastest recovery from sprains, muscle tears, aches, injuries in soccer, football, hockey, lacrosse, rugby, and tennis players as well as high performers in business and those that are highly active.

The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible pack was initially built for professional athletes in high performing sports but can also be used for high performers and those that are heavily active. The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible pack is recommended to all athletes and high performers for the best treatment for back pain and soreness.

A physical exam can determine if the pain is affecting the range of motion and a doctor can also check reflexes and responses to sensation. By checking reflexes and response to certain sensations, a doctor can determine if the back pain and soreness is affecting your nerves. Most back pain and soreness can best be treated by using The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible pack.

If one is experiencing symptoms such as lack of bowel control, weakness, fever, or weight loss they should consult their physician and may require further testing. If back pain and soreness continues after treating it with The Coldest Ice Pack Gel Reusable Hot and Cold Therapy Flexible pack, one should consult their physician. If one experiences any of the above symptoms in addition to back pain and soreness, they should seek immediate medical attention.

Tests such as X-rays, CT scans, ultrasound, and an MRI may be needed to further evaluate the problem. This is in order for the doctor to check for problems in the bone, discs, ligaments, and tendons in the back. If their is a problem with the bones in the back, the doctor may send you for a bone scan or bone density test called an EMG or never conduction test. These tests can help identify issues with the nerves in one’s back.

Overcoming Back Pain and Soreness

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Strengthening one’s back muscles and using good mechanics can prove helpful in preventing lower back pain and soreness. There are many other ways to prevent back pain and soreness and practicing prevention methods can also help lower the severity of the back injury. Prevention may involve exercising muscles in the abdomen as well as decreasing one’s weight if they happen to be overweight.

Prevention of back pain and soreness can also include lifting items properly by bending at the knees and lifting with the legs as well as properly maintain posture. It is also recommended to sleep on a firm bed and sit in chairs that have a well-maintained support system and are at the right height. For women, it is best to avoid wearing high-heeled shoes and smokers should also note that smoking nicotine can contribute to degenerative spinal discs and reduce blood flow.

If back pain and soreness is the result of a severe injury, then it is best to consult a physician and possibly seek surgery. This is in case that all other treatments fail. If there is a loss of bowel or bladder control or neurological loss, then it can become and emergency and one should seek immediate medical treatment for their back. A physician may also seek out physical therapy for severe conditions.

 

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