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~Cat~
Does anyone have a suggestion for relieving chronic back pain?
I have a prolapsed disc in my lower back and i am sick of being in pain. i've tried physio and it worked for a while. my doctor has basically said there's not much he can do. any suggestions?
                      








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I would suggest maybe some icyhot rub, if someone not to heavy that you could handle walk on your back pop it


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go to the doctor andask them they will give you some meds


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Have you ever been to a chiropracter? Mine has done wonders for me. Perhaps you could also try accupuncture. When my back hurts, it's always worse sitting. For that I found a product that looks funny but works really well. It's called a Nada Chair. There's a pad that goes around your back and it straps around your knees (it's not an actual chair). It helps you keep proper posture when sitting and your back hurts less as a result of it.


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I work in a clinic that specializes in the treatment of chronic back pain, typically associated with disc injuries. This type of injury can be difficult to treat. We have found that a multidisciplinary approach produces the best results. We combine traditional medicine, chiropactic, and physical therapy. Each one of these disciplines plays an important role, but getting only meds, or only chiropractic, or only physical therapy may not produce the results you need. We also have been really benefiting from new technology that is probably available where ever you live. Non-surgical spinal decompression is rapidly becoming a very effective conservative treatment for disc herniations, bulges, prolapses, etc. This is perfomed by a high tech machine under the supervision of a physician. The machines have different names depending on the manufacturer. VAX-D is probably the best known, as it has been around the longest. This is an older technology, and in my opinion is no longer the best choice. We use a machine called the DRX9000. You lay on your back for 30 min treatments over the course of a few weeks. Studies have demonstrated the machine's ability to reverse the pressure in the disc allowing the disc prolapse to heal. This can really be a great alternative to risky surgery. Other issues that need to be addressed that are often associated with chronic low back pain is muscle dysfunctions. The body has a natural response to guard the area of pain. This reflex produces tight and painful muscles in the back that may remain a source of pain, even when the disc has healed, if they are not properly addressed. This is where the physical therapy is now an important role player. In addition, we have found a high corelation between restricitons in cervical (neck) motion, pelvic joint restrictions, and disc pain. This is where chiropractic can help. Gentle mobilizations of these areas, if appropriate, will allow the spine and muscles to function better, helping to take the pressure of the low back where the disc is injured.

Other options available include steroid shots, epidurals, pain meds, muscle relaxants, anti-depressants, etc. Those may or may not be appropriate for you, however, you have to realize that they are not treating the disc, just masking the pain. I hope that helps, good luck.


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