TECHNOLOGY FOR BACK PAIN
The exciting new technology we will cover here refers to easing back pain and sciatica that is caused by disc problems. In the United States it is estimated that about 7 million low back pain cases are related to disc problems. It is important to note that these new technologies are unproven, so it is imperative to use a healthy dose of caution. However, given that the treatment for disc problems are invasive surgeries, I felt it worthwhile to take a look at these new treatments because they are much less invasive, and they look quite promising.
Low back pain is one of the leading causes of lost work time, second only to the common cold. It affects 65-85% of the population of the United States at some point in their lives. The most common cause is a sprain, strain or spasm usually brought on by poor lifting technique, improper posture, bad back habits, or an unhealthy ergonomic environment. Another common cause is disc problems, brought on by injury, wear and tear or old age.
Other causes include a narrowing of the spinal or nerve canals, arthritic or degenerative changes in the small joints of the back, osteoporotic fractures, and sometimes even infections or tumors.Until now treatment options have been limited. Physical therapy can help to ease the painful muscles which struggle to cope with the spine problem, and PT can also help to prevent abnormal stresses on the spine.
Epidural steroid injections can reduce the inflammation in the general area and are often helpful, but the pain tends to recur if the underlying problem is severe. For acute problems the only remaining treatments have been to surgically remove part of the disc, or to surgically fuse the vertebrae to remove pressure on the disc.
Now there are some unproven minimally-invasive procedures available that may help with the treatment of back pain and sciatica known as Radiofrequency Discal Procedures among them is something called an Intradiscal Biacuplast. Make sure you try everything available to you before considering surgery. I have a Teeter hang-up I think it’s great its a little pricey but the construction is the best quality out there and is more comfortable for me. If you want one check it out here →Teeter hand up← or try this less expensive one strong and heavy duty →Ironman←
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