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Before you request a prescription for your back pain, consider asking your doctor about these natural remedies.
If you live with rheumatoid arthritis and also experience lower back pain, here's what you should know and what you can do to ease the pain.
To treat back pain, many medical centers promote minimally invasive back surgery as an alternative to traditional surgery. But is it really better?
Speaking to a counselor may help motivate patients to more actively participate in recovery from back surgery.
In some patients, facet joint injections can be an effective first-line treatment for fractures in the vertebrae, eliminating the need for surgery.
When you have low back pain, exercise may be the last thing you want to do, but it's likely your best bet for finding relief.
Researchers have found evidence that levels of key substances in the blood may serve as useful markers for diagnosing low back pain.
For genuine relief from chronic low back pain, you may have to try a combination of treatments.
If you see your doctor for low back pain, don’t expect to walk away with a prescription. These are the alternative treatments you should try first.
If you struggle with back pain, you've probably considered seeing a chiropractor. Learn the pros and cons of treating back pain with spinal manipulation.