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EnglishSuggest me good treatments for lower back pain

pills, ointments, medicine etc.

KonstantinosKostoulas 3 months ago
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Corina Lightfoot 3 months ago Correct
If the pain is in your muscles, Yoga and basic daily stretching will do more good for you than most but if the pain is in your spine your best bet is to see a professional because you yourself can do more harm than good. Either one though will get relief with 20 minutes cold and 20 minutes hot. Also an anti-inflammatory, if you don't have an allergy or ulcers, stomach issues, etc. will give you great relief because both will come with swelling and that will put to much stress on your nerves aka pain. OTC meds like motrin and aleve are my gotos. Goodluck
undershare 3 months ago
This could be caused by too much sitting,
Short term 2 days: sleep with your legs elevated under the knee by a pillow + when you wake up do deep squat on the floor, with your foot flat on the ground try not to let the ball of your foot rise. while squatting breath deep hold and let go, when letting go try and relax while inside your entire squat pose.

long term: less sitting, more screeching, planking and yoga

this you tube channel will help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pc2xlLuCp4Y
Kingsley 3 months ago
Generally a great remedy to all type of pain is rest... Regular rest and pain relief drugs are the perfect combination
ylomat 3 months ago
CBD , a particular molecule extracted by cannabis, that is legal in many countries (no psychological effects). Read carefully advice note to get the correct dose for you.
dee 3 months ago
I've been struggling with lower back pain for a while. Where I live, basic tratments involve heat pads, electric stimulation, laying down on a spinal decompression machine, and pills (pain killers, anti inflammation). I usually do this when I can't deal with the pain. It takes about a week for me to feel better. If it's real bad than I get a steroid injection. This is only temporary relief, but it works fast and lasts about a couple of months. We also have accupunture, but I haven't tried it for my back yet. If you can exercise and stretch, it helps immensely. Building up your core muscles go a long way. Yoga and pilates are good too, but you really need to find someone who has experience working with people with bad backs. Also if you are able to comfortably hang upside down, gravity will help. Finally, check out Alexander technique if you can. I hope this helps.
dee 2 months ago
By the way, always consult with a doctor first.
Serkan 3 months ago
Carmol tropfen is a liquid medicine that is really effective against pain.
Hanyom 3 months ago
You shoul do yoga for yourself
Harvinder 3 months ago
Try to maintain correct posture everyday and sit at one place for too long
Dandixme 3 months ago
1. Keep Moving
2. Stretch and Strengthen
3. Keep Good Posture
4. Maintain a Healthy Weight
5. Quit Smoking
6. Try Ice and Heat
7. Know Your OTC Medications
8. Rub on Medicated Creams
9. Ask About Supplements
10. Throw in the Towel
BOB L 3 months ago
I find that suspending my upper body from my lower using crutches. Just put the crutches under your armpits and lean forward or bend your knees slowly and It will take the compression weight off of your lower spine.
Jennifer Chiera 3 months ago
Inversion therapy or spinal traction - if your back pain is spinal or the disks are pressed in any way. i would live and die by this. it works. you can get a cheap table for less than $100 - best money you will ever spend if this is your issue. Best of luck.
Daniel samson 3 months ago
I would reccomend laying on a flat surface with legs in the air.
A warm bath and keep moving, movement is good for backache. It ma not feel it but it really is.
Brian Daniel 3 months ago
Basically, the treatment of pain always depends on the cause. If the pain is permanent and does not go away, you should inform your family doctor or orthopedist. He or she will make a diagnosis and discuss the next steps with the patient.

However, if you decide to treat the pain yourself, there are three rules to follow: some exercise, heat treatments and painkillers.

In the past, the general view was to take it easy with back pain, but today we know that exercise is the be-all and end-all. It promotes blood circulation and loosens tension in the muscles. If you need some good exercises, I recommend this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XeXz8fIZDCE.

Often heat also helps to relieve the pain. Cherry pit pillows and simple hot water bottles have proven to be effective. Of course you can also try a treatment with red light, but you should stop this treatment if the pain gets stronger.

As painkillers I would recommend Ibuprofen and Diclofenac. They are available in pill and ointment form. If you prefer a different pain ointment, I can tell you that I like to use Kytta: https://www.german-products.net/product/kytta-schmerzsalbe-ointment-150g/.

I wish you good health!
shejeer k s 3 months ago
kindly apply coconut oil and rub slowly , rub slowly downwards only, with using both hand thumb
Eren Baris 3 months ago
You used to bengay.
Capos 3 months ago
magnesium chloride is the solution
Tom Lutzenberger 3 months ago
The first step is identifying the source of the back pain if possible. Pills, ointments etc. are symptom-oriented and many times will not provide the right solution when mismatched to the cause. For example, if dealing with a sciatica issue, an ointment may or may not have effect, because the cause may be swelling. If, on the other hand, it is a vertebrae misalignment, then the better solution might be spinal decompression. The ointment won't work. So the first step should always really be what is the causation first, then match the tool to the situation.

The above said, the majority of back pain tends to be muscular. The most simple solution for such pain, assuming it is a strain, sprain or contusion type cause, would be temperature treatment. This is the ice/warm pad compression approach. This should be applied with rotating intervals, i.e. every 5-10 minutes, and then break and then repeat. The goal is to increase blood circulation to the affected area which improves nutrient resources flowing as well as repair, which ultimately provides improvement.

Ointments typically work the same way as ice and heat, creating temperature changes as above. Icy-hot and similar athletic creams work in this category. They also provide topical pain relief. But again, without knowing the cause ointments and similar patches like Salonpas etc. can be useless.

Pills (generally ibuprofen) are masks. They cut pain receptors temporarily to reduce the pain effect. They don't solve the problem. However, painkillers can be useful to help mobility again so a person can begin to stretch and move, both of which do help improve circulation as well as cause cramping muscles to work again. When they work and stretch out, it can reduce back pain if the causes is muscular-based.

Deep tissue massage can be very helpful with back pain if the cause is muscular in nature. Many times the pain source can be cramping or localized muscle knots from stress or repetitive function. Professional massage focuses on loosening and releasing the cramping effect from these areas which produces long-term pain relief and increased flexibility. It also helps improve circulation to the area that is cramping for repair.

Ultimately, if the source of the back pain is coming from structural issues such as the spine or discs, these will need to be addressed with far more than topical solutions discussed above. They should be examined by a doctor and diagnosed, as some may in fact need more significant work or even surgery to solve, especially if the pain is chronic and related to bone, cartilage, disc and connective tissue.
Sarah shohani 3 months ago
It depends on how old are you and how have you worked ? If you have serious problem about your back it refers to sciatica vessel that you can have a good massage and while you are bending your back walk about 20 steps and try to massage it from up to down .but the best work is to see a therapist.
If your backache is not permanent , it can be because of standing a lot or even sitting without any movements.
wish you be healthy
Humbe 3 months ago
Comer sano
jpmarcoleta 3 months ago
i will recomend you hot water bag
yasar 3 months ago
you can swım. soft swım . or turkısh bath
Mikzi 3 months ago
I've been dealing with lower back pain for a while caused by heavy lifting. The solution that worked for me was to use a spinal decompression technique: laying on my back with a massage roller beneath my lower back and relaxing the spine for a few minutes until it returned to its normal position with an audible crack. Doing this before going to bed for one week straight removed the pain. Training my core and lower back muscles have kept the issue from returning.
Vatsal 3 months ago
Use pillow on the back while sleeping
Miss Mike 3 months ago
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Vukosi 3 months ago
Opioids. If your back pain becomes more severe, you may benefit from a stronger prescription drug like an opioid. Opioids, such as oxycodone (OxyContin) and an acetaminophen/ hydrocodone combination (Vicodin), interact with receptors on nerve cells in the body and brain to reduce pain.
Victor Ekene Ezekiel 2 months ago
I had such pain before and what I do is sleep face up. By the time I wake up, I won't feel the pain any longer.
Freddy 2 months ago
Hot water bottle works as well. However, it’s important to maintain good lifestyle habits as well as posture. I hope You find relief
Gary D Lloyd 2 months ago
Light stretching to mobilize joints like when you were in gym class, a good warm up. Heating pad at night and stop sitting down for so long of a period, and an anti inflammatory
Jeffrey Dixon 2 months ago
Give cbd a try work for me
Matiás 2 months ago
lumbar pain is the most common among injuries at the level that you cannot request a medical license for this in many places, there are many strategies but without a doubt the most effective is strength training with exercises such as deadlifts or glute bridges, Although it can be connected with more repetitions, the ideal is that once the work progresses, go to series of 5 repetitions each one since this range affects more in the strength ... on average in about two months remarkable and lasting results are obtained.
Precious emmanuel 2 months ago
treatment of low back pain involves diagnosing the cause, then focuses on restoring pain free movement, and helping you maintain improvement long term.
alejo 2 months ago
What fixed my lower back problems was 1. a good, expensive 'stiff' type of mattress so the lower back really gets rest at night 2. working my 'core' at the gym
okon christian 2 months ago
If you have low back pain, your GP may suggest you take an over-the-counter NSAID (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) such as ibuprofen. If this doesn’t help, your doctor may prescribe a different NSAID or another type of painkiller that may work better for you. They will prescribe the lowest dose to take for the shortest period of time. NSAIDs can cause stomach problems such as indigestion, which causes pain and discomfort, bloating and nausea. NSAIDs can also cause stomach ulcers and bleeding. So, your doctor may also prescribe another medicine to protect your stomach while you’re taking the NSAID.

You could try an NSAID cream or gel and apply it to the affected area. The advantage of using a cream is that it’s far less likely to cause any stomach problems. But creams and gels only work where you apply them. For example, although an ibuprofen tablet might help pain in both your back and knee, you would need to apply a cream to both places.

If you’re not able to take an NSAID, your doctor may prescribe a medicine called an opioid (for example, codeine). You might have this with or without paracetamol. Paracetamol isn’t thought to help much when used alone for treating lower back pain. But it works well when combined with other medications.

There’s a risk of becoming dependant on codeine, and it can also cause constipation. Your doctor will take this into consideration and explain the risks and side-effects to you.
Karly 2 months ago
See a chiropractor.
Nathan Daniels 2 months ago
Surgery should always be your last resort. Definitely stretching and all are great ideas and can certainly help, but I would also recommend some topical CBD products such as those from Charlottes Web. One of the best honest companies in my opinion. On top of that if the pain is terrible, there are some natural herbs you can take as well that can help with pain. Kratom is one to look into. I hope this helps.
K1 2 months ago
Dear KOSkost
I'm a physician and I can tell you how to manage a non-specific low back pain (NSLBP)
here is my advice:
A) conservative treatment:
Resting, rubbing topical Mineral Ice Gel or topical Voltaren gel 2time a day, Naproxen tab (250mg) 2 times a day + Celecoxib tab (200mg) 2 times a day, putting a hot stone in the towel and massaging the area
B) Minimally invasive treatment:
the use of corton (corticosteroid injection with the permission of you physician), Dry or wet cupping, dry needling (again with the permission of you physician).
Taha Bakındı 2 months ago
you should exercise
Saleem Khan 2 months ago
Diagnosis
Your doctor will examine your back and assess your ability to sit, stand, walk and lift your legs. Your doctor might also ask you to rate your pain on a scale of zero to 10 and talk to you about how well you're functioning with your pain.

These assessments help determine where the pain comes from, how much you can move before pain forces you to stop and whether you have muscle spasms. They can also help rule out more-serious causes of back pain.

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If there is reason to suspect that a specific condition is causing your back pain, your doctor might order one or more tests:

X-ray. These images show the alignment of your bones and whether you have arthritis or broken bones. These images alone won't show problems with your spinal cord, muscles, nerves or disks.
MRI or CT scans. These scans generate images that can reveal herniated disks or problems with bones, muscles, tissue, tendons, nerves, ligaments and blood vessels.
Blood tests. These can help determine whether you have an infection or other condition that might be causing your pain.
Bone scan. In rare cases, your doctor might use a bone scan to look for bone tumors or compression fractures caused by osteoporosis.
Nerve studies. Electromyography (EMG) measures the electrical impulses produced by the nerves and the responses of your muscles. This test can confirm nerve compression caused by herniated disks or narrowing of your spinal canal (spinal stenosis).
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Treatment
Most back pain gets better within a month of home treatment. However, everyone is different, and back pain is a complex condition. For many, the pain doesn't go away for a few months, but only a few have persistent, severe pain.

Over-the-counter pain relievers and the use of heat might be all you need. Bed rest isn't recommended.

Continue your activities as much as you can tolerate. Try light activity, such as walking and activities of daily living. Stop activity that increases pain, but don't avoid activity out of fear of pain. If home treatments aren't working after several weeks, your doctor might suggest stronger medications or other therapies.

Medications
Depending on the type of back pain you have, your doctor might recommend the following:

Over-the-counter (OTC) pain relievers. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB, others) or naproxen sodium (Aleve), may help relieve back pain. Take these medications only as directed by your doctor. Overuse can cause serious side effects. If OTC pain relievers don't relieve your pain, your doctor might suggest prescription NSAIDs.
Muscle relaxants. If mild to moderate back pain doesn't improve with OTC pain relievers, your doctor might also prescribe a muscle relaxant. Muscle relaxants can make you dizzy and sleepy.
Topical pain relievers. These products deliver pain relieving substances through your skin via creams, salves, ointments or patches.
Narcotics. Drugs containing opioids, such as oxycodone or hydrocodone, may be used for a short time with close supervision by your doctor. Opioids don't work well for chronic pain, so your prescription will usually provide less than a week's worth of pills.
Antidepressants. Some types of antidepressants — particularly duloxetine (Cymbalta) and tricyclic antidepressants, such as amitriptyline — have been shown to relieve chronic back pain independent of their effect on depression.
Mohini Tiwari 2 months ago
Few Points for relieving lower back pain:
1- Anti-inflammatory medicines - ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil) or naproxen (Aleve)
2- Biofreeze pain relief roll-on
Home remedies:
1- Heating pads really helps.
2- Brisk walk for 30 mins
3- Apply menthol, camphor, or lidocaine its very effective.
Mike M 2 months ago
For more holistic solutions:
-Homeopathics like Arnica Montana Cream (topical) and Arnica and Rhus Toxicodendron pellets/drops to take orally.
-FOOT CARE. Get new insoles in your shoes. you would be surprised how much pain can come from poot foot support
-See a Chiropractor. The issue may be sure to bad back positioning, posture, etc. Also, seeing a masseuse or acupuncturist can resolve or at least relieve the pain.
Angelina 2 months ago
Try icy hot medicated patches.
Elder 2 months ago
Physical exercises such as weight training, stretching, yoga, swimming and of course all with the assistance of a professional to observe the posture.
Grant Self 2 months ago
It would depend on the type of pain you are getting, is it more within the tissue?

As I suffer withower back pain, I find that light yoga helps just to stretch out. I have a massage once a week, and I have also had acupuncture which helped my muscles ease and not feel so tight
Lobo7922 2 months ago
I suffer from the same problem. But I been feeling better this last weeks.
The solution I have come with is to sit less (I use a pomodoro app to recall). And exercise more.
I been trying with a lot of different exercises, but what has helped me more is touching my toes (properly, without bending my back). It has helped me a lot.
Also I think walking in general is excellent.
feng way 2 months ago
Stress sitting, jogging, yoga, massage therapist, shouldn't be stressful
feng way 2 months ago
Stress sitting, jogging, yoga, massage therapist, shouldn't be stressful
quaries 2 months ago
pills, ointments, medicine etc can help temporary but if you are looking for a permanent fix then you should probably try Yoga and stretching. You should also experiment with your sleeping and siting postures.
Yeswanth 2 months ago
If your upper body have over weight then there is a possibility of getting such pains. Go for massages this might help you
Yeswanth 2 months ago
If your upper body have over weight then there is a possibility of getting such pains. Go for massages this might help you
Ismail 2 months ago
Enough rest on bed,take less sugar,more of excercise
Igotchu 2 months ago
If you always sit try this, sit down first then put your ankle or your feet above your thigh it must form a square shape then lean forward as far as you can your chest and your legs must touch
Rolenay 2 months ago
try exercise such as yoga, pilates.
Chris 2 months ago
Lower back pain can sometimes stem from tight muscles below the lower back and the muscles surrounding. Try stretching the muscles around your lower back eg your gluten hamstrings, latissimus Dorsi these areas may alleviate some pain
Emra 2 months ago
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Leodan 2 months ago
You should take pills, like Diclofenac
Deniz Durmus 2 months ago
Yoga + Balms like Tiger Balm (not sure if you can find it where you live), and alternatively, CBD oil.
Carlos 2 months ago
I’ve had back pains from work too and what helped me out was stretching in the morning and before going to sleep.. I got to say it does help a lot
Johndy Lavina 2 months ago
If your back pain is chronic, please check this out and see if this works for you:
https://www.mdcurebyaerotel.com
Judith Kasavuli 2 months ago
Use an ice pack and an over-the-counter pain reliever such as acetaminophen, aspirin, ibuprofen, or naproxen. After the inflammation calms down, a heating pad or pack can help soothe muscles and connective tissue. If you have chronic back pain, sleep on a medium-firm mattress.
ariz 2 months ago
First asses your pain, the duration , the period/time it occurs, the kind of food u been taking or just taken when it happen (note for salty food) , does it happen upon waking up or does it happen anytime, is it chronic( happening for a month or longer) or is it acute(just now).. it is vital to know the cause because that is what u have to eliminate, if u will just take pain pills without taking out the cause it will just recur. consider also your age & occupation or the frequent activities u have. If the pain is recurrent or it is excruciating better got to Internal medicine or urologist.. most lower backpain are considered referred pain of renal origin... no ointment or pain killer or any other thing would handle that except dealing it w medical experts. to survive a day take a strongest pain meds u have and put "bengay strong" on the area and see a doc.
Naomi 2 months ago
Sorry for the pain,you will get better.please use voligel ointment to apply for it is the best treatment for general back pain with no side effects.quick recovery
Wasabi 2 months ago
To cure back pain with cabbage leaves, throw a few leaves of cabbage into a pot of water and boil. Then drain the leaves and wrap them in a cheesecloth and apply as a compress to the sore area. For back pain, it is enough to do this application for half an hour.
Aravind S 2 months ago
https://www.aryavaidyasala.com/

This is a place in Kerala, India. Book an appointment, visit. They provide Ayurvedic treatment for almost all physical issues. If you are willing to spend your coins on a remedy to your backpain, you can afford to take a trip to India and get it fixed. The currency exchange rates are 1 USD: 73 INR.
Aravind S 2 months ago
https://www.aryavaidyasala.com/

This is a place in Kerala, India. Book an appointment, visit. They provide Ayurvedic treatment for almost all physical issues. If you are willing to spend your coins on a remedy to your backpain, you can afford to take a trip to India and get it fixed. The currency exchange rates are 1 USD: 73 INR.
Turueu 2 months ago
It is because of hardwork
Alkesh 2 months ago
10 Way to your can take care for your lower pain

1. Reach for anti-inflammatory drugs.
2. Find relief through ice and heat.
3. Wear supportive shoes.
4. Look into getting a new mattress.
5. Do gentle stretches.
6. Ask about prescription medications.
7. Consider physical therapy.
8. Experiment with acupuncture.
9. Book a massage.
10. Try to boost your mood.
Nerine Garcia 2 months ago
1. keep moving
2. stretch and strengthen
3. keep good posture
4. maintain healthy weight
5. OTC medications such as nsaids
Arghyadeep Guria 2 months ago
This could be caused by too much sitting,
Short term 2 days: sleep with your legs elevated under the knee by a pillow + when you wake up do deep squat on the floor, with your foot flat on the ground try not to let the ball of your foot rise. while squatting breath deep hold and let go, when letting go try and relax while inside your entire squat pose. If the pain is in your muscles, Yoga and basic daily stretching will do more good for you than most but if the pain is in your spine your best bet is to see a professional because you yourself can do more harm than good. Either one though will get relief with 20 minutes cold and 20 minutes hot. Also an anti-inflammatory, if you don't have an allergy or ulcers, stomach issues, etc. will give you great relief because both will come with swelling and that will put to much stress on your nerves aka pain. OTC meds like motrin and aleve are my gotos. Goodluck

long term: less sitting, more screeching, planking and yoga

this you tube channel will help https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pc2xlLuCp4Y
Devender Singh 2 months ago
You should go with yoga not medicine. You need meditation and yog to get permanent relief.
Sneha Bagdure 2 months ago
Please try changing your mattress, it’s my personal experience and you can also do this lie down take your legs up and hold it back to a wall for 10 mins daily .. you will see quick results for your back pain or you can also try hot water bag for quick n instant relief
Sneha Bagdure 2 months ago
Please try changing your mattress, it’s my personal experience and you can also do this lie down take your legs up and hold it back to a wall for 10 mins daily .. you will see quick results for your back pain or you can also try hot water bag for quick n instant relief
orhan 2 months ago
https://www.medicalpark.com.tr/bel-agrisi/hg-2041
tiago 2 months ago
Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or NSAIDs are often first-line therapy for low back pain
HHAL 2 months ago
High-impact athlete with 6 years' experience here. I highly recommend Ben Gaye or Icy Hot cream (or local equivalent). I also recommend foam rolling if you haven't tried already. Last recommendation is to stretch hamstrings, as well as sitting down on the ground, putting one knee up, elbow outside this knee, and hold for 15 sec. (repeat both sides).
Lanette 2 months ago
Lower back pain can be causes by the lower back muscle weakness. Lay on the floor on your stomach and lift your chest and arms up off the floor as well as your legs like a super hero. Do this 15 to 20 times 3 times a day for 5 weeks. You can also stretch after by laying in your back and bringing your knees one at a time to your chest and leaving the other leg straight.
Lanette 2 months ago
Lower back pain can be causes by the lower back muscle weakness. Lay on the floor on your stomach and lift your chest and arms up off the floor as well as your legs like a super hero. Do this 15 to 20 times 3 times a day for 5 weeks. You can also stretch after by laying in your back and bringing your knees one at a time to your chest and leaving the other leg straight.
Ninai Ali 2 months ago
Vix vaporub is great as simple as it is trust me it's amazing
Alex Barako 2 months ago
Previously, due to my posture, at the end of the day (after sitting a whole day at the office), I would get lower back pain. Also, because I tended to use a thick, soft mattress, I would wonder why, after what was supposed to have been a good night's sleep, I often woke up with back pain.

Here's a quick and effective way to get rid of that back pain (of course, this is assuming that the cause is only muscular - if it's something more serious like a spinal column condition, you'll definitely have to see a doctor):

1. Whenever you sit at the office for long periods of time, place a small pillow right at the level of your lower back, so that your lower back rests against it. Always use that pillow every time you sit.

2. When you sleep, use a firm mattress, then place a small, thin pillow underneath your lower back so that there's no empty space between it and the bed. You'll wake up without back pain!

Hope these tips help.
vahid sa 2 months ago
1-Use ice water compresses or hot water
2-Stretch your hamstrings twice a day , and before sleep .
3-Release of endorphins inside the body,Consume dark chocolate and hot peppers and high-fat foods .
4-Rest in time and eliminate sleep disorders
5-Keep your mind away from bad thoughts
6-Stay active , Exercise and drink water .
7-Increase vitamin C intake
8-Do meditation twice a day
9-Swim
10-Look for a good posture , Sitting in the right position can save you from suffering . Be sure to sit on a chair with your back (grab a waist pillow if you can not) and keep both feet flat on the floor .
Thank you
szpszp 2 months ago
How does low back pain go?
Various complementary medicine treatment methods can be preferred to get relief from low back pain. Treatments used for this purpose include:

Acupuncture: It is a complementary medicine method based on the principle of releasing energy by dipping extremely thin and sterilized needles into special points in the body. It can be useful in dealing with low back pain.

Spinal manipulation: It is an application performed by trained personnel in this field by applying pressure directly to the body to correct the spinal alignment.

Massage: Massage can be applied by a physiotherapist to relax aching muscles.
Movement therapies such as yoga and Tai Chi can help stretch and strengthen the back muscles.

PRP: It is applied by injecting the platelet-rich blood product obtained from the person's own blood into the area to be treated. Especially effective results can be obtained in back pain due to disc disease. PRP injections accelerate the healing of the damage in the discs between the vertebrae.


Prolotherapy injections: Prolotherapy is a complementary medicine method that aims to accelerate cell growth and tissue healing through the body's natural mechanisms by injecting dextrose or a similar irritant agent. It has been used for over 50 years to treat chronic back pain. Prolotherapy is often combined with other methods such as spinal manipulation, exercise, and corticosteroid injections to maximize the effect of the injections.
nima 2 months ago
just go to this link :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=84tP6-peRGc
see the video and you will get the anwser!
enver yagan 2 months ago
when my lover back hurts I heat a towel and place it on where the pain is. You can use a warm water bag or a heater and place it on the problem area and you will see in just one night that the problem is solved.
FoundOne 2 months ago
A back pain can be caused by a wrong posture, physical trauma or getting a cold. If it's muscular, a simple back massage can help (If it's the spine, don't do it, because it will make things worse) and also there are wide belts, which can help you. Anyway you still have to consult a medical professional.
Esra Emine Açar 2 months ago
There is a fascia surrounding our body. We are covered with this texture from head to toe. these tissues start to freeze during inactivity. You need to create strength and stability in your body rather than flexibility. The cupping method is a manual therapy, and is effective for revitalizing the tissues there. Listen to your body, it will tell you the truth, what you need.
Irish Miranda 2 months ago
There are different types of home remedies for lower back pain. 1) Stretch and Strengthen - Strong muscles, especially in your abdominal core, help support your back. Strength and flexibility may help both relieve your pain and prevent it. 2) Keep Good Posture - This helps ease the pressure on your lower back. You can use tape, straps, or stretchy bands to help keep your spine in alignment. Aim to keep your head centered over your pelvis. Don’t slouch your shoulders or crane your chin forward. 3)Try Ice and Heat - You may have heard that one is better than the other for relief from back pain. The short answer is that the best option is whichever works for you. But If your lower back pain is not removed until 72 hours you better consult your doctor
Jessica Moore 2 months ago
There is no substitute for exercise for back pain, hydrotherapy, physio, pilates and chiro can sometimes help too. For more temporary relief using a heat pack, anti-inflammatory creams and using a TENS Machine may also help too. Stretching will help but if these do not help I would get a referral to an orthopedic surgeon specializing in spines to review as it may need surgical treatment.
Nono 2 months ago
Depending on whether or not MMJ is available to you legally, there are transdermal patches that help, there are also ointments and salves available if you prefer not to smoke, vaporize or ingest. CBD is also a viable option.
Hamse 2 months ago
Try to keep up with both the normal amount of regular movement and action. It can be a 30-minute brisk stroll or with your dog around the block at least three times a week. Being inactive weakens the muscles around the spine and the back.
Solid muscles help support your back, especially in your abdominal core. Power and mobility will help you ease and alleviate the discomfort.
Keeping a steady posture will help alleviate the back pains. Try avoiding slouching your shoulders and craning your chin forward.
andrew dereere 2 months ago
Ergonomic furniture will help you in the long run!
jesus 2 months ago
Here are some tips on how to manage back pain and activity:

Stop normal physical activity for the first few days only. This helps calm symptoms and reduce any swelling (inflammation) in the area of ​​pain.
Apply heat or ice to the painful area. Use ice for the first 48 to 72 hours, then use heat.
Take over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin IB) or acetaminophen (Tylenol).
Sleep in a hunched or fetal position with a pillow between your legs. If you generally sleep on your back, place a pillow or rolled towel under your knees to relieve pressure.
DO NOT do activities that involve lifting heavy objects or twisting your back for the first 6 weeks after pain occurs.
DO NOT exercise in the immediate days after the pain starts. After 2 to 3 weeks, slowly start exercising again. A physical therapist can teach you which exercises are appropriate for you.
EXERCISE TO PREVENT BACK PAIN IN THE FUTURE

Through exercise you can:

Improve your posture
Strengthen your back and abdomen and improve flexibility
Lose weight
Avoid falls
ccont2246 2 months ago
Hmmm..Massage ?
Yakari1925 2 months ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DvKUyYaV7qU

You can try this. Worked on me
meysam 2 months ago
Go to the Jacuzzi
loveofIsrael 2 months ago
Sciatica pain. What i did was get a pillow from cabeau takes pressures off ur back to hold ur head up and healed my back pain . I could walk the pain was so bad no i can work 8 hours at home every day no pain at all
Aroz 2 months ago
Here's a good article:
https://www.healthline.com/health/lower-back-pain-treatment-options
burhan 2 months ago
You can go to Turkish Hamam, They like Spa but the Hard One after go You will have nothing from pain
Gene 2 months ago
Odds are, one of these 4: Sciatica, Piriformis cramping, kidney stones, and bulging disc (above 3 sciatic nerves). I recently realized I'd been misdiagnosed for years as having sciatica. Turns out, my pain was caused by pressure on my sciatic nerve, but not from the vertabrae area. It is a condition called piriformis syndrome.
A muscle in your buttocks that helps rotate the legs outward sometimes becomes chronically too tense, squeezing the sciatic nerve that feeds your lower back, hips and butt area.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piriformis_syndrome
Luvuyo Bulu 2 months ago
1. Exercise your body


2. Rob with deephit
t23 2 months ago
Exercise: supermans I am 25 and disabled with protruding T12 herniated l4 and l5


But on your stomach put your arms in front of you and slightly lift your legs off the ground like you are doing a Superman pose do 5 second holds three times..

Hope it helps i need back surgery n cant get it till my possible 40s
Efendi Heyderov 2 months ago
best practice. lie on your back for 1 hour at intervals of 3 hours on a flat board during the day.....and on an empty stomach for 10 minutes every morning. hang yourself with your hands so that the foot does not touch the ground....and do 1 hour light athletic arm leg and waist exercises each day [lying on your back]..........and most importantly, sleep on a non-elastic flat bed and floor [on your back as much as possible]....My problem is with the very big waist. These are the only useful methods .. medicine is empty. it does not work
Serhat 2 months ago
https://www.amazon.com.tr/dp/B07HKP1CDB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awdb_imm_c_F13N3Z0F5VZH7CBD3DD0
Jedidiah 2 months ago
Rest. Rest your lower back to counter the pain. ...
Heat or ice. Treat lower back pain with a hot or cold compress. ...
OTC pain relievers. ...
Prescription medications. ...
Exercise. ...
Traction, ultrasound, and TENS. ...
Alternative medicine. ...
Surgery.
nanapublicbgosh 2 months ago
jerk off, smoke some weed are my two best suggestions
João Guedes 2 months ago
I work sitting on a desk all day. I had back pain until i got a standink desk. Try it, it will do wonders because it keeps your spine lubrified. You can also try walking a couple miles every other day. There's meds yo can take if you go to the doctor, like Brufen and Voltaren, but that won't be long term. You can also try Alt medication, such as CBD Weed from your local dispensary. If you hit the gym or work with heavy stuff, it could also mean you're lifting weight the wrong way. Distribute the weight on the legs and core, not on the back!
Carlos 2 months ago
Stretch,stretch, stretch. Do toe touches when you wake up and throughout the day whenever you feel discomfort. Try fixing your posture when you stand and sit, those are the common reason for that severe back pain.
Dara Johnson 2 months ago
Where I come from, we use Ibuprofen for any type of pain in the body and it always works!!
Harun DOĞRU 2 months ago
Acupuncture. It is a complementary medicine method based on the principle of releasing energy by inserting extremely thin and sterilized needles into special points in the body. It can be useful in dealing with low back pain.
Spinal manipulation. It is an application performed by trained personnel in this field by applying pressure directly to the body to correct the spine alignment.
Massage. Massage can be applied by a physiotherapist to relax aching muscles.
Movement therapies such as yoga and Tai Chi can help stretch and strengthen the back muscles.
PRP. It is applied by injecting the blood product rich in thrombocyte obtained from the person's own blood into the area to be treated. Especially effective results can be obtained in back pain due to disc disease. PRP injections accelerate the healing of the damage in the discs between the vertebrae.
Prolotherapy injections. Prolotherapy is a complementary medicine method that aims to accelerate cell growth and tissue healing through the body's natural mechanisms by injecting dextrose or a similar irritant agent. It has been used for over 50 years to treat chronic back pain. Prolotherapy is often combined with other methods such as spinal manipulation, exercise, and corticosteroid injections to maximize the effect of the injections.
June 2 months ago
I struggle with back pain and went crazy looking for solutions. I found this guy on youtube with great tips that helped me get rid of the pain whenever it kicks in. Link below, hope this helps.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=lFpx0cpmJ3w
Kessra 2 months ago
LIMBER UP BEFORE ATTEMPTING THIS: This may sound odd, but try lifting your hands skyward and do tiny hops. If you don't immediately experience pain or discomfort, build up to bigger hops, jumping from the toes of your feet, not your heels(raise those heels). TRY FIRST WITH YOUR HANDS ON RAILING, BACK OF CHAIR/COUCH/COUNTER, etc.
Glenford Smith 2 months ago
This will help you with lower back pain, it help me. https://youtu.be/yRgsusurrLM
Hosein 2 months ago
Usually, ice is best if your back is bothered by swelling or inflammation. A heating pad may be better if you’re trying to relax stiff or tight muscle
selim han 2 months ago
What is good for low back pain?
Low back pain is a common health problem that can significantly affect a person's work and personal life. Fortunately, there are many applications that can be done at home to ease back pain.

EXERCISE When you have back pain, it can be difficult to stand up and move around. However, a short walk, yoga, swimming or any other moderate sportive activity can often help relieve back pain. Exercise relaxes tense muscles and stimulates the release of endorphins, the brain's natural pain relievers. People with chronic back pain may consider starting a regular exercise program that includes strength and stretching exercises to help keep muscles flexible and strong. Regular exercise can prevent recurrence of back pain caused by tense and weak muscles.

HOT AND COLD APPLICATION Studies have shown that the most effective ways to get rid of low back pain are the application of hot and cold. It is useful to apply ice to the area immediately after the injury for back pain that develops due to waist strain. When the ice pack wrapped in a towel is applied to the painful area, the acute inflammation caused by the injury regresses. The cold can also relieve sudden and intense back pain. During the application, the ice should be wrapped in a towel or cloth to protect the skin from freezing. It is recommended to apply for a maximum of 20 minutes at a time. It is the most correct application to apply cold in the acute period, which is the first 48 hours, and then hot. Temperature adjustment should be done well in order not to burn the skin.

STRETCHING MOTIONS Various stretching movements can help relieve back and back pain. Each stretching application below should be continued for 30 seconds or as long as the person feels comfortable. Touching the toes: Leaning forward to touch the toes helps to reduce the tension in the lower back muscles by stretching the muscles in the back of the thigh called the hamstring. Cobra posture: While lying on the prone position, support is taken from the hands and the chest and head are lifted to see the ceiling. Child posture: Sitting in a kneeling position. The head is placed on the ground by reaching forward. Arms are extended in front of your head.

ERGONOMICS The workplace should be ergonomically designed to protect the health of the spine. This way, one does not have to lean forward or sit hunched over to see the computer monitor or use the mouse. In addition, a table and chair should be used that support the waist and allow the feet to be firmly on the floor. LOW

WEAR SHOES WITH HEELS It is necessary to avoid wearing high heels to protect the health of the spine and waist. Instead, shoes with heels lower than 2.5 centimeters should be preferred. Because those with high heels affect the spine health negatively by causing a more unbalanced posture and increasing the pressure on the lumbar vertebrae. How does low back pain go?
Jedidiah 2 months ago
Back pain is one of the most common physical ailments. Studies show that eight in 10 Americans have back pain at some point in their lives, usually in the lower back.

You might have sprained it while working in the yard or cleaning the house. Or your back might hurt from an old sports injury or a chronic condition such as arthritis or ankylosing spondylitis.

Sudden or severe back pain should be checked by a doctor or a physical therapist. That also goes for pain that won’t go away.

But sometimes you can treat nagging pain and discomfort on your own.

Wilson Ray, MD, chief of spine surgery for the Department of Neurological Surgery at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, says home remedies ” tend to be better when they're combined than [when done] alone.”

1. Keep Moving
You might not feel like it when you’re in pain. But this is probably the first thing your doctor will recommend.


”A common misconception in patients with isolated back pain is that they can’t stay active,” Ray says.

Try to keep up with your usual level of daily activity and movement. It can be a brisk 30-minute walk or circling the block with your dog. Aim to get on your feet at least three times a week.

Being sedentary “allows the muscles around the spine and in the back to become weak,” says Salman Hemani, MD, an assistant professor of orthopaedics at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. “That, in turn, can cause less support for the spine” and lead to long-term pain.

2. Stretch and Strengthen
Strong muscles, especially in your abdominal core, help support your back. Strength and flexibility may help both relieve your pain and prevent it.

“A lot of times, I encourage people to do that first thing in the morning,” Ray says. But if you’re older or worried about overdoing it, you can stretch and do your strengthening exercises later in the day when your body is warmed up.

Yoga, Pilates, and tai chi are just a few of the ways to strengthen your core and the muscles around your hips. One exercise that targets your entire upper and lowers back is to lie on your tummy and lift up your legs and arms in the flying position. 3. Keep Good Posture
This helps ease the pressure on your lower back. You can use tape, straps, or stretchy bands to help keep your spine in alignment. Aim to keep your head centred over your pelvis. Don’t slouch your shoulders or crane your chin forward.

If you work in front of a screen, rest your arms evenly on the table or desk, and keep your eyes level with the top of the screen. Get up from your chair and stretch and walk regularly.

4. Maintain a Healthy Weight
Shedding extra pounds lightens the load on your lower back.

“Weight loss really helps [with pain] because it reduces the amount of mechanical force onto the spine,” Hemani says.

If you need help, ask your doctor for advice on a diet and exercise plan that may work best for you.

5. Quit Smoking
Research suggests that if you smoke, you may be four times more likely than nonsmokers to have degenerative disk disease or other spine problems.


Nicotine in cigarettes and other tobacco products can weaken your spinal bones and take away vital nutrients from the spongy disks that cushion your joints. A healthy spine keep your back flexible and its muscles from getting stiff and sore.

6. Try Ice and Heat
You may have heard that one is better than the other for relief from back pain. The short answer is that the best option is whichever works for you.

“Some people come in and they swear by heat or ice,” Ray says. “You might want to try both, and you’ll probably find that one is better suited for your relief.”

Usually, ice is best if your back is bothered by swelling or inflammation. A heating pad may be better if you’re trying to relax stiff or tight muscles.

Hemani suggests limiting ice or heat treatment to 20 minutes at a time. And don’t use them if you’re also putting muscle-ache creams or ointments on your skin.

7. Know Your OTC Medications
Nonprescription pain relievers can help with muscle aches and stiffness. The two main types of over-the-counter options are nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) and acetaminophen. NSAIDs include aspirin, ibuprofen, and naproxen.

True to their name, NSAIDs help lower inflammation that can lead to swelling and tenderness. But acetaminophen does not relieve inflammation. You can reach for either type of pain reliever for occasional back pain. NSAIDs may work a bit better, Hemani says, if you have arthritis of the spine or other inflammatory conditions.

8. Rub on Medicated Creams
Skin creams, salves, ointments, or patches may help when your back feels stiff, sore, and tense. Many of these products contain ingredients such as menthol, camphor, or lidocaine that can cool, heat, or numb the affected area.

Put on creams right where you hurt. Ask someone to apply it if you have trouble reaching the spot.

“It's not going to be a mainstay at providing significant relief, but it can calm things down,” Ray says.

9. Ask About Supplements
It’s best to get your vitamins and minerals from foods. But ask your doctor if supplements might help.

For example, many people don’t get enough vitamin D, which is important for bone health. That can happen from lack of exposure to sunshine or because your body can’t absorb enough vitamin D from foods.

Magnesium deficiency may lead to muscle weakness and cramps. And Hemani says turmeric, a vivid yellow spice that’s related to ginger, may help calm inflammation.

Always talk to your doctor before you take any supplements.

10. Throw in the Towel
A rolled-up towel can be a handy tool for back pain relief. Try putting it under your pelvis when you’re lying down. Let your hips relax over the towel and help stretch out the tension in your lower back.

A back brace can sometimes help, especially after an injury or surgery. But they’re not meant to be worn too often or for too long. “People become dependent on it, and it actually allows those muscles to become lazy,” Ray says.

No matter which home treatment you try, Hemani says, “If it helps you, if it makes you feel better, keep doing it.”
Diego 2 months ago
You have to do some exercises. Check some apps!
Laura Hammonds 2 months ago
Stretch and try to loosen your muscles up daily. Try elevating your legs a bit while sleeping
tibito 2 months ago
Exercise Train the back and abdominal muscles. Including controlling the weight not too much It is classified as an important factor in long-term treatment of low back pain.
kaveh 2 months ago
Bob and Brad demonstrate simple positions that can fix back pain. All you need is a pillow or two and a surface to lie on. After the 90 seconds is completed, they recommend going for a nice gentle walk on a level surface.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIQTo3HYVVI
rp rajput 2 months ago
Do not waste your time, effort and money but simply massage in slightly warm PURE SESAME OIL for a week. Removes any type of pain in the human body. Try before your judge! 😊👍
jwiggs 2 months ago
Stretching your hamstrings can help exponentially! Try using a yoga strap to make it easier.
om prakash 2 months ago
THE BEST treatments for lower back pain IS YOGA . DO DAILY YOGA IN MORNING WITH PRAYANAM AND BACK EXCERCISE
Eakramul 2 months ago
Yoga is effective on this .. you can try it
mason howard 2 months ago
I would just use a heating pad...
https://www.amazon.com/s?k=heating+pad+for+back+pain+relief&sprefix=heating+pad+for+&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-a-p_1_16
mason howard 2 months ago
I would just use a heating pad...
https://www.amazon.com/s?k=heating+pad+for+back+pain+relief&sprefix=heating+pad+for+&ref=nb_sb_ss_ts-a-p_1_16
ronaldarndt 2 months ago
you could take paracetamol + codeine. Its a pretty inexpensive painkiller
Eze Goodness 2 months ago
i have scoliosis, so i suffer a lot from back pain so i strongly recommend ibuprofen or diclofenac or aceclofenac .. they honestly help with the pains
Enes 2 months ago
Electro therapy
After 5 days you will feel so good
Luqman Affendi 2 months ago
invest in a good mattresses and pillows and have a regular good night sleep
Greatson 2 months ago
Keep a good posture and regular exercise
usa 2 months ago
You used to ....
guillermo 2 months ago
Try stop normal physical activity for the first few days. This will help relieve your symptoms and reduce any swelling in the area of the pain.
Apply heat or ice to the painful area and Take over-the-counter pain relievers such as ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin) or acetaminophen (Tylenol).
I0n467b 2 months ago
For back pain it may be best to check your mattress to see if it loosing support in the spinal (middle) area. If replacing the mattress is not feasable then flip the mattress over and then reverse orientation top to bottom. After this try laying on your back when sleeping and also try to place a pillow between your legs if laying on a side. Hope this helps.
Erhan Dinç 2 months ago
I also have these kinds of problems. My advice to you is to put a pillow under your back and sleep for a few weeks at night and you will notice that it gets better. You can also use muscle relaxants.
Erhan Dinç 2 months ago
I also have these kinds of problems. My advice to you is to put a pillow under your back and sleep for a few weeks at night and you will notice that it gets better. You can also use muscle relaxants.
Brian Humby 2 months ago
Honestly? You might want to look into yoga. It can cure back problems, but it will for sure prevent them if you practice it often. Good luck!
Brian Humby 2 months ago
Honestly? You might want to look into yoga. It can cure back problems, but it will for sure prevent them if you practice it often. Good luck!
Kyung Jun Park 2 months ago
Yoga, swimming, massage.
QaiHussey 2 months ago
Light stretching, strengthen abdominal muscles, ibuprofen, and fix poor posture.
QaiHussey 2 months ago
Light stretching, strengthen abdominal muscles, ibuprofen, and fix poor posture.
kr2yku 2 months ago
try to change position when you seat
Nicolas 2 months ago
i suffer for pain in my lower back too and this is due to my leg physiology with makes the vertebrae unequal so for me the only thing that reliefs that pain is being lay down in a table and scroll the back from the top as if anyone was pulling you, this is going to crack you back and kind of pulling it more straight. the other option would be attend to a chiropractor.
Drellawest 2 months ago
Great I just noticed this
Drellawest 2 months ago
Great I just noticed this
Ganesh rock 2 months ago
1. Keep moving
2. Stretch and Strengthen
3. Keep Good Posture
4. Maintain a Healthy Weight
5. Quit Smoking
6. Try Ice and Heat
7. Know Your OTC Medications
8. Rub on Medicated Creams
9. Ask about Supplements
10. Throw in the towel
FRANCESCO BARATTIERI 2 months ago
physical exercises that stretch the back muscles help a lot with the problem. Combine back stretches with abdominal strength exercises.
Doing yoga and pilates might be a good idea.
duru obinna 2 months ago
Strong muscles, especially in your abdominal core, help support your back. Strength and flexibility may help both relieve your pain and prevent it.

“A lot of times, I encourage people to do that first thing in the morning,” Ray says. But if you’re older or worried about overdoing it, you can stretch and do your strengthening exercises later in the day when your body is warmed up.

Yoga, Pilates, and tai chi are just a few of the ways to strengthen your core and the muscles around your hips. One exercise that targets your entire upper and lower back is to lie on your tummy and lift up your legs and arms in the flying position.
Willen 2 months ago
I myself experience having pain on my lower back everyday and I don't know if it was because of too much work or because of my bed. But one thing's for sure, a good massage can help the pain go away. And oh you can try some ointments or hot compress. It works for me 😊.
bendecido 2 months ago
Hola buen dia, yo sufro de dolor lumbar y se que es fuerte y molesto pero la mejor forma de de soportar o evitar el dolor es mantener un buena postura, usar pastillas para eliminar el dolor, no usar almohadas y tener un buen colchon, ortopedico o semi ortopdedico, ademas de una terapia.
Ashley 2 months ago
Human bodies aren't made for long periods of sitting, it puts too much pressure and strain on your lower back. I recommend being more active to keep your muscles limber, and opt to stand instead of sit where acceptable. Stretching and massaging the back will also loosen your back and get the blood vessels dilated so your muscles can better repair any injury that you might have. I've heard that chiropractors can some times work wonders, but always consult a regular doctor as well in case there is something more sinister going on than just misalignment, etc. My dad went to a chiropractor for his back but it just made it worse because he actually had a herniated disk and needed more indepth care.
nameza 2 months ago
Short term 2 days: sleep with your legs elevated under the knee by a pillow + when you wake up do deep squat on the floor, with your foot flat on the ground try not to let the ball of your foot rise. while squatting breath deep hold and let go, when letting go try and relax while inside your entire squat pose.v
Marita 2 months ago
keep moving, stretch and strengthen, keep good posture, maintain a healthy weight,
DMill/Crypto 2 months ago
without taking a route to pharmaceuticals. there are natural ways to heal your body. try grounding yourself if you live in an environment where it is nice out go and sit yourself in a field and have your bare skin be in contact with the earth. the Earth gives off a negative charge of electricity. you get a positive charge in the air due to the sun's rays. if you are finding you are sitting too much, try doing yoga. even a 20 minute stretch daily will do wonders for your body. by doing consistent yoga you are allowing your body to stretch the parts of your body that you don't normally use. your back might be sore but you could have a pinched nerve in your foot. by doing some of these yoga stretches you are relieving tension from different areas of your body even if you're not stretching muscles in that area. where there is tension there is relief given to something else. some of these stretches that I do when this area of my body is in pain, lay on your back on the floor and put your feet on a chair so that your knees are slightly tucked towards your chest. I've fallen asleep like this and woken up feeling great. in the same laying down on your back cross one leg over the other knee and pull it to your chest. while pushing down on the other knee will relieve tension in this area of the back. I've also tried using this with a combination of turning my lower half and found ways to relieve tension in the areas I needed. remember to focus on your breathing, and remember if it doesn't move with you it fights you. do not strain if it's uncomfortable. has this can cause damage which can be extremely painful. I hope all works out
bebeto 2 months ago
el calor ayuda mucho a que se relaje el musculo deje de hacer presion sobre los nervios, mas si tiene una hernia de disco region lumbosacra, descanso, analgesicos y calor, para apalear los sintomas, un traumatologo luego de resonancia magnetica podra dirigirlo mejor hacia el tratamiento adecuado
Oiciruam 2 months ago
I had major back issues back when I was 18 - I messed up my back pretty bad with sitting in a bad manner and improper lifting in the gym. What did the trick for me was Eric Goodman's Foundation training. There's a video on Youtube that's about 12 minutes long. No need to purchase the course
rhafi23 2 months ago
try Cupping
TEMITOPE ABIODUN 2 months ago
Some home remedies for a back ache include adding heat (using a heating pad, heated rice in a tube sock, or a heat wrap), a back massage, and sitting in water.
frkie 2 months ago
battery powered electro shock therapy rechargable unit from walmart will have you sleeping like a baby for less than 40 dollars no drugs just relief and good rest
ras 2 months ago
Exercise
Exercise may be the last thing on your mind when your back hurts. However, physical activity is an effective way to recover more quickly from your aches and pains.

Core exercises — such as pelvic tilts and bridges — strengthen the muscles in your abdomen and back that support your spine. The stronger these muscles become, the less likely you are to be affected by lower back pain.

Studies from the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine (NCCAM) report that people who practiced adapted yoga poses experienced less pain and disability, and it improved their mood after six months.

Swimming and walking are also great ways to keep your back healthy as well as keeping a healthy weight. Excess weight plays a role in lower back pain because it puts more pressure on your joints.
ras 2 months ago
Traction, ultrasound, and TENS
If your back pain doesn’t respond to conventional treatments, you may need to consider alternative options.

Traction uses a system of weights to align your spine and possibly help slipped discs move back into place.

Ultrasound involves massaging the soft tissues around your back injury with sound waves that warm the muscles, causing them to relax and heal more quickly.

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is electronic stimulation of the nerves through electrodes placed on your skin.

The electricity blocks pain signals that travel through the nerve paths.

Ask your doctor about these treatment methods.
ras 2 months ago
Traction, ultrasound, and TENS
If your back pain doesn’t respond to conventional treatments, you may need to consider alternative options.

Traction uses a system of weights to align your spine and possibly help slipped discs move back into place.

Ultrasound involves massaging the soft tissues around your back injury with sound waves that warm the muscles, causing them to relax and heal more quickly.

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is electronic stimulation of the nerves through electrodes placed on your skin.

The electricity blocks pain signals that travel through the nerve paths.

Ask your doctor about these treatment methods.
Barışhan 2 months ago
Hello, I am a former anesthesiologist assistant and now a nursing student and a biology student. Although you do not know your weight, high weight is a condition that triggers lumbar hernia and similar problems. First of all, it is beneficial to prevent your high weight and lose weight. (you will be protected from many problems in the future) Also, if you are already taking medication, be careful not to consume alcohol or grapefruit :).

It has also been said here that if the pain is a condition in your muscles (ie you do not have a herniated disc or any medical problem), doing exercises when you wake up in the morning will greatly relax you. Examples of these exercises are yoga (especially spine-based movements) and pilates. If your posture is poor, this can lead to chronic pain. Therefore, do not correct your posture.

Another situation may be an uncomfortable bed. If the mattress you sleep in does not support your spine enough, it will be useful to replace your mattress with a new mattress that is more comfortable and supportive. It also allows you to start this day more vigorously.

If the pain is in your muscles, light massage, less severe stretching movements (try to apply yourself) may work. Also, heating bands and gels (ointments) are useful solutions if the pain is in your muscles. You can apply these products in small amounts to the area of ​​pain and rub them.

Also, support your back and waist while sitting, if you have a wallet in your back pocket, remove it and place a pillow in your waistline, such supports will relieve your pain.

Another method is to use muscle relaxants if you have prescription muscle relaxants. If pain is drastically reducing your quality of life and you are having difficulty or even unable to do certain tasks anymore, please have a medical interview with a specialist nurse or doctor. (not with the karyopractor, this can be dangerous because I don't know your situation)
Bruce Stone 2 months ago
CBD oil , few drops under the tongue , possibly more depending on the severity
Harlow 2 months ago
If it’s manageable pain at the moment, I highly recommend simple yoga stretches.
ishaq 2 months ago
by first search what you did to led to this recently a few weak ago i had a lower back pain like that and i couldn't bend even my back then i put a towel on hater and wrapped it on my back and repeat it for four or five times... it worked i did that for a few days and pain is gone. but if its spine you should visit a good specialist
adnan 2 months ago
Çalışmalar bel ağrısından kurtulmak için en etkili yolların sıcak ve soğuk tatbiki olduğunu göstermiştir. Belin zorlanmasına bağlı gelişen bel ağrısı için yaralanmadan hemen sonra bölgeye buz tatbiki yapmak yararlıdır. Bir havluya sarılmış buz torbası ağrıyan alana uygulandığında yaralanmaya bağlı gelişen akut iltihaplanma geriler. Soğuk ayrıca ani ve yoğun bel ağrısını hafifletebilir. Uygulama sırasında cildi donmaktan korumak için buz bir havlu ya da bezle sarılarak kullanılmalıdır. Bir seferde en fazla 20 dakika süreyle uygulama yapılması önerilir. İlk 48 saat olan akut dönemde soğuk, sonrasında ise sıcak tatbiki yapmak en doğru uygulama şeklidir. Cildi yakmamak için sıcaklık ayarı iyi yapılmalıdır.
adnan 2 months ago
Çalışmalar bel ağrısından kurtulmak için en etkili yolların sıcak ve soğuk tatbiki olduğunu göstermiştir. Belin zorlanmasına bağlı gelişen bel ağrısı için yaralanmadan hemen sonra bölgeye buz tatbiki yapmak yararlıdır. Bir havluya sarılmış buz torbası ağrıyan alana uygulandığında yaralanmaya bağlı gelişen akut iltihaplanma geriler. Soğuk ayrıca ani ve yoğun bel ağrısını hafifletebilir. Uygulama sırasında cildi donmaktan korumak için buz bir havlu ya da bezle sarılarak kullanılmalıdır. Bir seferde en fazla 20 dakika süreyle uygulama yapılması önerilir. İlk 48 saat olan akut dönemde soğuk, sonrasında ise sıcak tatbiki yapmak en doğru uygulama şeklidir. Cildi yakmamak için sıcaklık ayarı iyi yapılmalıdır.
muhammed emin 2 months ago
hafif bel egzersizi ve sıcak tutma
Amy 2 months ago
Yoga and stretching is really great anytime of day. Strengthening exercises are also terrific. If you are on your feet a lot, supportive footwear and a back brace or support band would be a good idea too.
Clayton do Amaral 2 months ago
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