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287 Possible Causes for Back Pain, Difficulty Climbing Stairs

  • Arthritis

    Read More Is Arthritis Causing Your Back Pain? Spinal osteoarthritis is more common than you think. Find out if this condition is causing your back pain.[] The Veritas Health platform comprising of , , , and , provides comprehensive information on back pain[] Spinal arthritis causes stiffness and low back pain.[]

  • Spinal Stenosis

    An estimated 400,000 Americans suffer from leg pain and/or low back pain caused by lumbar spinal stenosis![] Treatments for back pain caused by spinal stenosis include: Medicines to help relieve back pain.[] , spinal stenosis, and axial or discogenic low back pain.[]

  • Polymyalgia Rheumatica

    Because of refractory disease associated to atypical features such as severe inflammatory low back pain, dull and achy pain in the thighs, claudication of the lower limbs[] Often, patients cannot get out of bed without help and notice difficulty climbing stairs.[] While the knees to chest pose releases toxins, it also helps relieve back pain and discomfort.[]

  • Glycogen Storage Disease Type 2

    pain Contractures (40%): Shoulders; Hips; Knees; Neck Weight loss Smooth muscle: Urinary or Fecal incontinence Hearing loss Course Progressive Disability related to disease[] climbing stairs Frequent falls Scapular winging Respiratory Frequent infections Respiratory insufficiency Cardio-respiratory failure (death) Respiratory failure/insufficiency[] […] running 30 (32%) • Difficulty performing sports 22 (23%) • Difficulty climbing stairs 24 (26%) • Difficulty walking 15 (16%) • Difficulty rising from an armchair 11 (12%)[]

  • Mucolipidosis

    pain 3 months Chronic back pain greater than 3 months duration Chronic coccyx pain 3 months Chronic pain in coccyx for more than 3 months (finding) Fabry disease Fabrys disease[] "In 1996 Hayden began suffering from unexplained neck pain, which was causing headaches and chronic tiredness.[] […] degeneration in generalized lipidoses Cerebral degeneration in lipidoses Chemically induced lipidosis Chemically-induced lipidosis Cholesterol ester storage disease Chronic back[]

  • Whipple Disease

    Patient 5 was a 48-year-old white man with a history of diarrhea, back pain, arthralgias, uveitis, abdominal pain, and weight loss.[] pain there was no radiological evidence of spinal lesions.[] 34 The limb and girdle joints are most often affected. 13 In Durand's series, 13 peripheral joint involvement occurred in 35 of 52 patients (67%); in five patients with back[]

  • Supination Injury

    This results in possible heel, knee, hip and back pain. Common running injuries resulting from supination include plantar fasciitis, shin splints and ankle sprains.[] In addition to ankle sprains and knee problems, stress fractures, shin splints, back pain and increased metatarsal pronation are commonly associated with excessive supination[] Symptoms of Over-Pronation and Excessive Supination Arch Pain Shin Splints Heel Pain Achilles Tendinitis Flat Feet Knee Pain Corns and Calluses Hip Pain Ankle Sprains Back[]

  • Scoliosis

    KEYWORDS: Braces; Case report; Low back pain; Outcome assessment; Rehabilitation; Scoliosis[] Infants in plaster jackets soon learn to crawl, walk and even climb stairs without apparent difficulty.[] Is the patient experiencing any back pain? Generally speaking, scoliosis in children and adolescents is not painful.[]

  • Lumbar Compression Fracture

    […] is often just thought of as general back pain, such as from a muscle strain or other soft tissue injury, or as a common part of aging.[] She also notes that she has more difficulty climbing stairs than ever before, and that she even has trouble getting up from her chair.[] We present an unusual case of vertebral fracture due to an undiagnosed hemangioma presenting as postpartum back pain following epidural analgesia.[]

  • Vertebral Compression Fracture

    View other back pain conditions: Lower Back Pain Middle Back Pain Upper Back Pain Neck Pain Bulging Disc Herniated Disc Pinched Nerve Sciatica Facet Joint Syndrome Degenerative[] She also notes that she has more difficulty climbing stairs than ever before, and that she even has trouble getting up from her chair.[] They may have difficulty bending, reaching, lifting, climbing stairs, and walking.[]

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