For those of us in the Western world, healthcare is often equated with medication. We naturally assume that there is a pill for everything, including back pain. Our familiarity with chemical solutions to our problems has left many of us skeptical of treatment modalities that do not come from a lab. Even the word “medicine,” […]
Since there are many types of back pain and many specialists who treat them, it can be difficult to know where to go for chronic back pain treatment. You can save time and money by educating yourself on the type of pain you feel and fast-track your treatment by choosing the appropriate specialist to work […]
The plethora of products available for people looking to combat back pain at home has left many wondering which, if any, will work for them. The inversion table is one of many products that has piqued the interest of back pain sufferers. Inversion tables use gravity and the body’s weight to elongate the spine, stretch […]
Inflammation only becomes harmful if 1) the immune system is reacting improperly to a threat or 2) the presence of a threat is prolonged, causing chronic inflammation that damages tissues.
The goal of spinal decompression is to increase disc space, allowing a damaged disc to receive nutrients and hydration, eventually regenerating the disc.
There is little evidence that lower back pain is more noticeable in those with sacralization. PubMed published a review of six studies on sacralization, found on BackPainSolutionsOnline.com
A good home treatment(s) for lower back pain.
A physiotherapist could be a great resource for your path to recovery. They are often trained in the latest developments in recovery, non surgical approaches to painful conditions and methods that correct bio-mechanical imbalances.
Chiropractors use decompression machines. Here is an example of the ATM2.
Back pain can be treated with decompression machines provided by a chiropractor. Or you can always try natural decompression with an inversion table.