Backache & Spinal Pain Treatment

Backache is a common condition that affects people of all ages causes of which mostly cannot be pinpointed. Back pain causes are of wide range resulting into debilitating condition. That affect ability to carry out daily activities, including work, exercise, and even simple tasks like getting dressed.

Since, many treatment options are available, most people with back pain can find relief with the right treatment plan. Treatment for back pain typically involves a combination of medication, physical therapy, and lifestyle modifications.

Lifestyle modifications also play a significant role in treating back pain. These may include losing weight, quitting smoking, maintaining good posture, and taking regular breaks to stand and stretch during long periods of sitting.

Physical therapy can also be an effective treatment for back pain. A physical therapist can design an exercise program tailored to your needs and can help you improve your posture, flexibility, and strength, all of which can reduce your risk of future back pain. Lumbar traction is sometimes applied in severe back pain due to muscle spasm.

Acupuncture can be first line of such backbone pain treatment. Medications for back pain may include over-the-counter pain relievers such as acetaminophen or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), as well as prescription medications like muscle relaxants or opioids. Ayurvedic treatment for back pain or homeopathic medicine for back pain is also option but efficacy is not certain. Back pain remedies for back pain at old age should include calcium and vitamin D3 on regular basis.

If you are experiencing severe back pain, it is important to seek medical attention to determine the underlying cause and develop an appropriate treatment plan. With the right treatment, most people can find relief and regain their ability to carry out their daily activities without strong pain killer for back pain.

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Symptoms of Backache

The symptoms of backache can vary depending on the underlying cause, the severity of the pain, and the affected area of the back. However, some common symptoms of backache include:

  • 1.Dull, aching pain in the back that may be localized to one area or spread across a wider area
  • 2.Stiffness in the back, particularly in the morning or after sitting or standing for long periods.
  • 3.Pain that worsens with movement, such as bending, lifting, or twisting
  • 4.Sharp or shooting pain in the back that may radiate down to the legs, arms, or neck
  • 5.Numbness or tingling in the back or legs
  • 6.Muscle spasms or cramping in the back
  • 7.Limited range of motion in the back or difficulty standing up straight.
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Acute Backache

Acute back pain refers to a sudden onset of pain in the lower or upper back that typically lasts for a few days or weeks. It can be caused by a variety of factors, including:

  • 1. Muscle or ligament strain: Overexertion, sudden movements, or lifting heavy objects can cause strain on the muscles or ligaments in the back, resulting in acute pain.
  • 2. Disc herniation: A herniated disc occurs when the soft tissue inside the disc between the vertebrae of the spine pushes through the tough outer layer, putting pressure on nearby nerves and causing pain.
  • 3. Spinal stenosis: This is a condition that occurs when the spinal canal narrows, putting pressure on the spinal cord and nerves, resulting in pain.
  • 4. Osteoarthritis: This is a degenerative joint disease that can affect the joints in the back, leading to pain, stiffness, and limited mobility.
  • 5. Poor posture: Sitting or standing for extended periods with poor posture can put excessive strain on the back muscles and lead to pain.
  • 6. Trauma: Accidents or falls can cause acute back pain, especially if there is an injury to the spine.
  • 7. Infection: In rare cases, infections such as spinal osteomyelitis or a urinary tract infection can cause acute back pain.
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Chronic Backache

Chronic back pain refers to pain in the back that persists for more than three months. It can have a significant impact on a person's quality of life and may limit their ability to perform daily activities. There are many potential causes of chronic back pain, including:

  • 1. Degenerative disc disease: This is a condition in which the discs between the vertebrae in the spine degenerate over time, leading to chronic pain.
  • 2. Spinal stenosis: This is a narrowing of the spinal canal that can put pressure on the spinal cord and nerves, resulting in chronic pain.
  • 3. Arthritis: Osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis can affect the joints in the back, leading to chronic pain and stiffness.
  • 4. Scoliosis: This is a condition in which the spine curves abnormally, putting pressure on the nerves and causing pain.
  • 5. Fibromyalgia: This is a chronic pain condition that can affect the back as well as other parts of the body.
  • 6. Herniated disc: A herniated disc occurs when the soft tissue inside the disc between the vertebrae of the spine pushes through the tough outer layer, putting pressure on nearby nerves and causing chronic pain.
  • 7. Injuries: Previous injuries to the back, such as fractures or sprains, can lead to chronic pain. Less…
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How do you know cause of backache?

Diagnosing back pain typically involves a comprehensive evaluation by a healthcare provider. Here are some of the steps that may be involved in diagnosing the cause of back pain:

Medical history: Your healthcare provider will ask you about your symptoms, including when they started, how severe they are, and what makes them better or worse. They may also ask about your medical history and any other medical conditions you have.

Physical exam: Your healthcare provider will perform a physical exam, checking your spine for any abnormalities, areas of tenderness or swelling, and range of motion. They may also check your reflexes, muscle strength, and sensation in your legs.

Imaging tests: Treatment rests mostly on clinical symptoms. Depending on the suspected cause of the back pain, imaging tests such as X-rays, CT scans, or MRI may be ordered to provide a more detailed look at the spine and surrounding structures.

Once the cause of the back pain is diagnosed, a treatment plan can be developed. Treatment may include pain medication, physical therapy, chiropractic care, acupuncture, or surgery. The specific treatment will depend on the underlying cause and the severity of the symptoms.

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Acupuncture treatment for backache

Lower back pain treatment at home involves a combination of pain management techniques, physical therapy, and lifestyle modifications. This may include lower back pain reliever or muscle relaxants, as well as physical therapy to strengthen the muscles in the back and improve flexibility. Lifestyle modifications, such as back pain relief exercises, weight management, and stress reduction techniques, can also help management of chronic back pain.

Acupuncture back pain remedy can help by reducing inflammation, improving blood circulation, and promoting the release of natural pain-relieving chemicals in the body. This technique is also effective in treating underlying conditions that may be causing back pain, such as muscle spasms, sciatica, or herniated discs.

During an acupuncture session, our experienced acupuncturist will work with you to identify the root cause of your back pain and develop a personalized treatment plan. This may involve the insertion of needles into specific points on your back, as well as other areas of the body to stimulate healing and promote overall wellness.

Acupuncture is a safe and non-invasive treatment option for back pain that does not involve the use of medication or surgery. It is a holistic approach to treating pain that considers the whole person and not just the symptoms.

If you are suffering from back pain and are interested in exploring acupuncture as a treatment option, contact Dr. Pardeshi Acupuncture today to schedule a consultation. Our team of experienced acupuncturists will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your individual needs and helps you achieve long-lasting pain relief.

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Exercises For Backache

Lower back pain exercises are an important part of managing back pain, as it can help improve flexibility, strengthen the muscles that support the back, and reduce pain and stiffness. Here are some exercises that may help alleviate back pain:

  • 1. Pelvic tilts: Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Tighten your abdominal muscles and press your lower back into the floor. Hold for a few seconds, then release and repeat.
  • 2. Cat-cow stretch: Get on your hands and knees with your wrists directly under your shoulders and your knees under your hips. Inhale and arch your back, lifting your head and tailbone towards the ceiling. Exhale and round your spine, tucking your chin towards your chest.
  • 3. Seated forward bend: Sit on the floor with your legs straight out in front of you. Slowly bend forward, reaching for your toes. Hold for a few seconds, then release and repeat.
  • 4. Cobra pose: Lie on your stomach with your hands under your shoulders. Slowly lift your chest and upper back off the floor, keeping your elbows close to your sides. Hold for a few seconds, then release and repeat.
  • 5. Bridge pose: Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Lift your hips towards the ceiling, squeezing your glutes and engaging your core. Hold for a few seconds, then release and repeat.
  • It is important to consult with a healthcare provider or physical therapist before starting physiotherapy for back pain, especially if you have a history of back pain or injury. They can help you develop an exercise plan that is safe and effective for your individual needs.

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Tailbone Pain Treatment

Tailbone pain or coccygeal pain is also called as coccydynia may be due to acute or repeated injury to bone, ligaments or pelvis floor muscles. Fracture due to impact may also be one of the tailbone pain causes. Tailbone pain is felt mainly by women during being seated or act of sitting or act of standing. There is no pain lying down, walking or during act of intercourse. Pain may be ill defined throbbing sensation in perineum. It may also spread to buttocks hips and back of thighs.

Home remedies for tailbone pain consists of soft pillow under seat and fomentation. It is claimed that coccydynia treatment in Ayurveda has of beneficial effects. Similarly, coccydynia treatment in homeopathy is claimed to be useful. Patients with coccyx pain should avoid long car or airplane rides), bike riding, horseback riding, and canoeing to avoid exacerbation of attack of pain.

In addition to acupuncture, other treatments for coccydynia may include, pain medication, and corticosteroid injections. It is important to work with a healthcare provider to determine the best treatment plan for your individual needs.

Tailbone Remedy

In the home remedy for broken tailbone, The more you rest, the quicker the injury can heal. Ice your tailbone for about 20 minutes every hour while awake for the first 48 hours, then 2 to 3 times a day. Do not apply ice directly to the skin. Use a cushion or gel donut when sitting.

Various stretches, lifestyle, and medical remedies may help address pain that can arise as a result of an injury, pregnancy or prolonged sitting.

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Here are some suggestions:

Rest, Ice or heat therapy, Exercise, Stretching, Over-the-counter pain relievers, Massage and Posture improvement. It is important to note that if your back pain is severe or lasts for more than a few days, you should seek medical attention. Your doctor can help determine the underlying cause of your back pain and recommend the best course of treatment. Acupuncture is a form of traditional Chinese medicine that involves the insertion of very thin needles into specific points on the body. Needles release neurohormones from nervous system which helps body to heal itself. It acts through nerves, spinal cord, midbrain, and the brain.

Medicines like anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), as well as prescription medications like muscle relaxants or opioids may help relive back pain fast.
अ‍ॅक्युपंक्चर हा पाठदुखीच्या उपचारांची परिणामकारक व पहिले पाऊल असु शकते. नियमित व्यायाम हा सर्वोउत्तम उपाय आहे. हा पाठदुखीच्या उपचारांसाठी वापरल्या जाणार्‍या औषधांमध्ये काउंटरच्या न मिळणाऱ्या वेदना कमी करणाऱ्या औषधांचा समावेश असू शकतो जसे की अॅसिटामिनोफेन किंवा नॉनस्टेरॉइडल अँटी-इंफ्लॅमेटरी ड्रग्स (NSAIDs), तसेच स्नायू शिथिल करणारे किंवा ओपिओइड्स सारख्या प्रिस्क्रिप्शन औषधे. म्हातारपणी पाठदुखीसाठी पाठदुखीच्या उपायांमध्ये नियमितपणे कॅल्शियम आणि व्हिटॅमिन डी 3 यांचा समावेश असावा.
Acupuncture is one of fastest way to heal backache. Taking drugs like paracetamol may also relive pain fast.
Some medicines like acetaminophen or nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), as well as prescription medications like muscle relaxants or opioids may help relive back pain fast. It can be followed by acupuncture for long term effect.
Rest, Ice or heat therapy, Exercise, Stretching, Over-the-counter pain relievers, Massage and Posture improvement help to fight back pain.
Diagnosis of cause of back pain is essential to assess best treatment. However, acupuncture may be best treatment inmost cases.
Yes, acupuncture can be used alongside other treatments, such as medication or physical therapy, to enhance the overall treatment plan. The benefits of combining acupuncture with other treatments include improved pain relief, faster recovery times, and a reduction in the need for medications.
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