Back pain is the most excruciating pain that can affect people. Around 80% of Americans suffer from back pain at least once in two years. It is caused by problems in the nerve, muscles, degenerative disc diseases or arthritis.
Various forms of back pain are:
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It is a pain caused due to changes that take place in the spine, the stress of everyday movement and minor injuries over the period can cause immense pain and Degenerative Disc Disease....Read more
Sciatica shingles is a sharp pain caused due to compression of a spinal nerve root in the lower back affecting the back, hip and outer side of the leg. The primary cause is deterioration of intervertebral disk....Read more
Chronic Pain Management treatment includes a series of medication and therapies. Medicines include Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs and medications to soothe the irritated nerves....Read more
Facet Joint Injection treatment works for chronic pain and condition such as arthritis of spine) with pain in neck, back, knee, pelvic and peripheral nerves to provide relief from radiating pain through back, hips....Read more
Nerve Blocks procedure is used by pain specialist and neurologist to diagnose source of pain and related symptoms. This treatment is recommended for number of health problems caused due to chronic pain....Read more
Spinal Decompression Therapy is used to get pain relief from back pain which involves stretching the spine, using a traction table or similar motorized device...Read more
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