In order to get the best, most effective treatment for your upper back pain (also known as mid-back pain), you should understand what may be causing it. Your doctor can help you figure that out, but here are some common causes.
1. Poor posture: Sitting with a rounded back, shoulders hunched forward, can put too much stress on the back muscles. Poor posture is one of the leading causes of upper back pain because so many office workers spend their work days at the computer. It's easy to fall into bad habits of not sitting properly, especially when you're at your desk for so many hours a day.
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