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Treatment methods for back pain
10-31-2014, 08:28 PM (This post was last modified: 10-31-2014 08:29 PM by erwiin.)
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Treatment methods for back pain
The actual need for back pain treatment arises when the pain is no longer unbearable and even sufficient amount of rest does not seem to eliminate the pain. If the person is overweight then the amount of pressure on the lower back increases when the person has to stand for longer periods of time or has to lift heavy weights. Sometimes, external trauma or injury may be the case and for this the patient will essentially have to seek medical help as rest will not suffice. Topical agents and over the counter analgesics may temporarily reduce the pain but the underlying cause of the pain must be identified. Studies conducted indicate that 70% of the people suffer from back pain at some point of their lives and most of the times it is due to poor posture habits. Any slight change from the normal spinal curve can cause discomfort to the muscles and nerves. Modern medicine suggests conservative treatment such as traction, short wave diathermy, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, steroidal injections etc. But, however prolonged rest is not advised in most cases as the recovering time will also be lagged in such cases. As per Ayurveda, low back pain is caused as a result of the vitiation of the three principal ‘doshas’ and bone and muscle weakness is attributed to back pain. During the treatment procedure the patient is subjected to both internal as well as external medications for the muscles. This is done so as to bring back the body back to the state of equilibrium.

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08-01-2015, 09:29 AM (This post was last modified: 08-01-2015 09:30 AM by AnneeSmith.)
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RE: Treatment methods for back pain
(10-31-2014 08:28 PM)erwiin Wrote:  The actual need for back pain treatment arises when the pain is no longer unbearable and even sufficient amount of rest does not seem to eliminate the pain. If the person is overweight then the amount of pressure on the lower back increases when the person has to stand for longer periods of time or has to lift heavy weights. Sometimes, external trauma or injury may be the case and for this the patient will essentially have to seek medical help as rest will not suffice. Topical agents and over the counter analgesics may temporarily reduce the pain but the underlying cause of the pain must be identified. Studies conducted indicate that 70% of the people suffer from back pain at some point of their lives and most of the times it is due to poor posture habits. Any slight change from the normal spinal curve can cause discomfort to the muscles and nerves. Modern medicine suggests conservative treatment such as traction, short wave diathermy, Paris shuttle transfers non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, steroidal injections etc. But, however prolonged rest is not advised in most cases as the recovering time will also be lagged in such cases. As per Ayurveda, low back pain is caused as a result of the vitiation of the three principal ‘doshas’ and bone and muscle weakness is attributed to back pain. During the treatment procedure the patient is subjected to both internal as well as external medications for the muscles. This is done so as to bring back the body back to the state of equilibrium.

The "back" is a rather large area and has a lot of different types of pain as well as areas that the pain can start from.

Also you do not say how he hurt his back, what brought on the pain, what
he is doing for it now, or any other information that would be really
helpful here.

I am sure he has been doing what he can to help the pain go away and if
over the counter Advil or Tylenol are not taking the pain away he really
should go to the ER or Dr office to have it examined. Is it mucle pain,
spinal pain, kidney pain? A little more info and maybe we can give you
some pointers for Dad.

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