The human being is a fascinating complex entity that is able to adapt to countless different situations. With the help of this adaptability, man has achieved the most diverse – almost impossible – things. With the help of this adaptability, man has achieved the most diverse – almost impossible – things. For example, climbing Mount Everest without oxygen or running the marathon under two hours. But also smaller everyday things, like taking the first step in life or performing a dance choreography after a long learning period.
Even in everyday professional life itself, there are different environmental factors to which the human body can and must adapt. So there are physically exhausting occupations like e.g. on building sites but also rather mentally exhausting occupations like e.g. office work.
It can happen with every human being that the body has exhausted its possibilities of adaptation and compensation on different levels. A possible consequence is, for example, pain in the lower back during work. Even if two people have pain in the same part of the body, the pain is very individual, not only in perception but also in cause.
Pain in and of itself is primarily good. They often tell us that tissue damage can occur. We can react to this and prevent tissue damage. However, pain is not always a sign of tissue damage. Nor does the intensity have to be related to the size of the tissue damage. Pain is influenced by many things, such as sleep, biomechanics, psyche, stress, social factors, beliefs, experiences, tissues, general health, etc.
Therefore it is important to know what your personal pain/impairment is composed of. Only then can a structured treatment plan be drawn up. Only then can a structured treatment plan be set up.
For a recovery process it is important that the patient bears the responsibility and actively works out/enlarges the possibilities of adaptation.