REASONS FOR MUSCLE ACHES
he soft tissues of muscle, tendons, and ligaments can be injured with overuse, repetitive trauma, or unexpected quick movements. Surface bruising and deeper swelling can occur which causes muscles to tighten and attempt to immobilize or splint an area that hurts. When this occurs in the back or neck where many joints are meant to move, then the result can reach and immobilize the normal movement of the spinal joints.
MUSCLE STRAINS CAN FEEL DIFFERENT
Muscle strain due to overuse can cause damage to one muscle or a group of muscles. This occurs by some form of mechanical event. These strain injury usually are localized and feel achy or the muscle feels like it burns, and can cramp. If the physical exertion that caused it is more severe, the muscle may produce a sharp stabbing pain or a sensation of tearing. Muscle strains that result from sudden movements may be accompanied by swelling or bruising. Inflamed muscles can cause a person to experience stiffness and weakness of the affected area.
MUSCLE ACHING CAN ALSO BE SYSTEMIC
Some muscle aches can be caused by the flu and will extend to other locations systemically or through the blood stream. Some muscle aches that are systemic occur from certain medicine, while other conditions such as fibromyalgia generally moves through the circulatory system.
MUSCLE PAIN IN COOS BAY NORTH BEND OR
At his office in Coos Bay, Oregon Dr. Soard treats a lot of cases of overuse muscle stains which occur with patients of a regular basis. If you are suffering from various muscle aches to pains that extend in you back or extremities, you should schedule some time with Dr. Soard so you can get to start feeling better.