The vast majority of people may expect to be subject to some form of spinal pain at one point or another in their lifetime. Pain in the neck or back is associated with many factors, which may depend on the structure of the back. Some of these relate to the deterioration of the many types of tissue (. bone, cartilage) that make up the spine. These effects may extend to other tissues or structures that attach the spine to the rest of the body (. joints, ligaments, or muscles). Despite all these possibilities, some cases of pain arise without the detectable presence of any factors listed so far. This is known as idiopathic or unexplained pain.
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