Often people do not give due value to the spine , also called the spinal column , because they do not know its importance.
Our spine has 33 vertebrae that alternate with intervertebral discs and provide mobility to the trunk, allowing for the most diverse positions. Each vertebra is attached to a rib, forming a “protection grid” against mechanical shock that protects the heart and lungs. In addition, the spine protects the spinal cord and spinal nerves, supports the entire weight of the body, and plays an essential role in the movement of arms and legs and in our locomotion.
Our spine has curvatures of a physiological nature. These are: cervical, thoracic, lumbar and pelvic. When the person has an increase or deviation in any of these curvatures, you should look for a specialized doctor who, through exams, will detect what type of deviation the person has in their spine. All ailments related to back pain can be treated.
We all must take some care so that back pain does not occur, also known as back pain. Carrying weight, lack of physical exercises, inadequate postures, very high heels, bad mattresses and pillows are some of the causes of back pain, and physical exercises are a great choice for those who suffer from this problem. Swimming, weight training, stretching and pilates are activities that help relieve pain and keep the muscles of the spine strong.