Mid spine hurts after jumping on trampoline

In response.

If the jumper has his or her chin pointing up and the head slanting slightly backward while jumping or rebounding then the spine may have a concave curvature going up and this concave curvature remains until near impact on the canvas when the back suddenly straightens up and the muscles tense up to keep the back and spine rigid upon impact. If this is the case, then compression of the discs of the mid back upon impact may result from the sudden straightening up of the back. All of these movements are slight and almost autonomic as autonomic reflexes.

This might be the cause of the mind spine pain after jumping on the trampoline.

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Victor Chen, herbalist, alternative healthcare lecturer, Chinese affairs analyst, retired journalist
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