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In an epidural injection, the medicine is directly delivered into the area around the nerves and spinal cord or commonly known as epidural space hence the name of the procedure. The injections are made up of corticosteroids which mirror the production of hydrocortisone and hormone cortisone thus providing temporary pain relief to the sufferer. However, as will all medical procedures, there are risk and side effects to consider about. Anyone considering the shots should be well informed of these ...
Published by Terrence Tan 86 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +1 votes | 1 comments
Inflammation of the sacroiliac joints, is referred to as Sacroiliitis. There are several causes for sacroiliitis, and the primarily symptom associated with the condition is pain in the lower back region, which moves downwards. Treatment for sacroiliitis helps improve mobility and range of movement to a great extent and should be started promptly. There are several home remedies and natural treatment options for the management of the condition promptly. Sacroiliitis massage and excercises are als...
Published by Dr Shweta U Shah 86 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +0 votes | 0 comments
According to a researcher the spine is the foundation of human movement and flexibility. The spine helps support the body's weight and it allows the body to remain in an upright position. Poor posture is the most underlying cause of backache. Falling down a staircase and sudden strain while lifting an object can cause backache. It is interesting to note that researcher have discovered that the intensity of your pain often has more to do with how you react than the actual severity of an inju...
Published by Jessie Agudo 86 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +4 votes | 6 comments
How to prevent back pain and many exercises that will make your muscles strong so you will not have this pain again also the healthy way to set and walk to prevent back ache and how to treat it if you got. learn the reason behind back aches
Published by tamrh alan 87 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +9 votes | 5 comments
How to prevent Back Pain! Although painful, back pain isn't severe in most of the cases. Back pain generally lasts from a few days to a few weeks and usually goes away after about four to six weeks. Read on to learn about the prevention tips to avoid back pain. The most common causes of back pain are wear and tear, bad posture, strained muscles or ligaments and stress. Here are some important tips on how to prevent back pain.
Published by Ruby 87 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +11 votes | 5 comments
This is a detailed account of personal experiences with scoliosis. I have discussed common thoughts and feelings, as well as methods of relieving chronic back pain, reducing the effects of scoliosis, and lessening the discomfort brought on by curving of the spine. The reader will walk away with my own counts of my experience with scoliosis and back surgery, as well as an insight to the pain and comfort that can be brought about in the battle with scoliosis.
Published by David Marshall 88 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +1 votes | 1 comments
The sacrum is one of the most intriguing bones in our body. Sacrum derives its name from a Latin word which means sacred. Does this mean that our sacrum is so “sacred?”
Published by Mayzile Ramirez 89 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +1 votes | 0 comments
Describes the symptoms, causes and management of sciatica
Published by Saravanan Balasubramaniam 247 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +0 votes | 0 comments
BETACE is indicated in the symptomatic treatment for peripheral neuropathies of different etiologies.
Published by Dharmesh Tolia 89 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +0 votes | 0 comments
This article is about getting fractures that start back pain and how the doctors will fix this problem.
Published by Katherine Johnson 90 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +3 votes | 2 comments
BL 40 is an excellent point for any low back condition, acute or chronic. Acupressure massage or therapy on Urinary Bladder 40 (BL 40) can help you get relief from acute back pain, sciatica, arthritis etc. Getting the knowledge of various acupressure points and their location is essential for acupressure therapists. Usually knowing the benefits and function of specific acupressure point enables us to get healing and cure from health conditions. Today we are learning about urinary blade 40 or BL ...
Published by Amera Khanam 87 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +8 votes | 8 comments
Back pain is most common ailments counting around 70% of population and is a work related problem. The anatomical structure of the spinal curvature at the cervical and lumbar region where a mobile segment meets an immobile part (sacrum), and where the lumbar lordosis merges into sacral kyphotic spine, makes it more susceptible to damage. Back ache/pain is a very common problem and has a ubiquitous distribution, accounting for about 60 percent of population at some point in their lives.
Published by Ravasaheb Patil 91 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +1 votes | 1 comments
Acupuncture is an excellent technique that can help with back pain and can prevent and cure illness.
Published by Lindsey Lewandowski 91 months ago in Back Pain, Sciatica & Discs | +5 votes | 0 comments
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