What is the cause of lower back and neck pain?
Often your spine is not aligned. Talk to a chiropractor and be sure to have X-rays to confirm the possibility prior to an adjustment.
I don't know, but you should get that checked out anyway. No, a bulging cervical disc isn't going to cause low back pain. If the neck pain is intense, your muscles can do what is called guarding, which is where they sort of brace for the pain. That can affect other parts of the body, since everything is interconnected. Like a chain reaction. But the actual disc in the neck is not the direct source…
While neck pain is less prevalent than lower back pain, there are several cervical spine conditions that may cause neck pain, arm pain and other symptoms, including: • Foraminal stenosis • Stenosis with myelopathy • Cervical osteoarthritis • Cervical degenerative disc disease Additionally, there are several miscellaneous causes of upper extremity pain related to conditions of the cervical spine. You can read more about this topic here.. http://onewaychiropractic.com.au/archives/1754