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What Is Myositis of the Back Muscles?

Description of the Disease

Myositis of the back muscles is an inflammatory disease of the back muscles, which is often accompanied by pain and limited mobility. It can occur as a result of hypothermia, trauma, or infection.


  • Acute myositis
  • Chronic myositis


Symptoms of myositis may include back pain, swelling, fatigue, and limited mobility.


The cause of myositis can be trauma, hypothermia, infection, or an autoimmune disease.


For the diagnosis of myositis, a doctor may conduct an examination, physical assessment, and may also prescribe additional tests such as ultrasound or MRI.


Treatment of myositis may include taking anti-inflammatory drugs, physiotherapy, massage, and exercises to improve mobility.


For the prevention of myositis, it is recommended to properly organize the workplace, engage in moderate physical activity, and avoid hypothermia.


Myositis treatment is carried out by a rheumatologist or neurologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.