It’s generally known that emotional stress or psychological factors can make any back pain problem worse. The diagnosis of stress-related back pain assumes that psychological and emotional factors don’t just worsen the condition, but can be the cause themselves.
The diagnosis of stress-related back pain is a “psychosomatic” or “psycho- physiological” one, an illness whose physical symptoms are thought to be the direct result of psychological or emotional factors. In this case, it means that psychological factors either initiated or are maintaining the back pain or both.
Dr. Hepler, an orthopedic spine surgeon in Boca Raton, wants you to understand that even though psychological factors may be causing the physical symptoms, the symptoms are not imaginary. They are very real physical problems.
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