Question by : Ok, I’m 15 and I have JRA (juvenile rheumatoid arthritis) and my back has been hurting me.?
My back has been hurting since Friday, and it is an unbearable ache that runs from my lower back all the way to my knee (which also has JRA in it), so is this a flair up?
Answer by daniel
Try learning chi ghoong
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Question by Dianne W: Does glucosamine help alleviate back pain caused by osteoarthritis?
Most pain relief creams, etc. target the muscles, rather than the nerves that are affected by osteoarthritis. I have heard that glucosamine may be helpful in treating arthritis. I am not looking for a cure, just pain relief. I am currently taking high doses of Ibuprofen, which can cause liver damage. I would rather take something that targets the source of the problem. Has anyone taken glucosamine and had positive results for back pain relief?
Answer by contrabandamanda
glucosamine is very healthy for you. seriously. ive had back/shoulder pains along with my family members. my nana is very into health products and glucosamine has helped her so much…..its a wonderful thing
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Question by : how to reduce back pain and joint pains?
I am suffering with chronic back pain as well as joint pain, Please help me how i reduce this pains.
Answer by Juan
Tramado Medication will help you reduce your chronic back pain and Joint pains.
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Latest Lower Back Pain Treatment and Sciatica Relief with New Thermobalancing Therapy Now Available All Around the World States Fine Treatment
London, UK (PRWEB) April 08, 2012
New Thermobalancing Therapy is the latest form of lower back pain treatment and sciatica relief which now is able to help tissue repair, reduce inflammation and therefore pain and its treatment effect is cumulative and long lasting, Fine Treatment reveals. Original Dr. Allens device helps people to get rid of chronic lower back pain and reach sciatica relief without painkillers and operations. It is important to note that this device is very easy to use at home, while walking or working, it does no need battery and can be delivered to any address across the world.
According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), chronic lower back pain most likely is caused by degenerative conditions such as arthritis or disc disease. Back pain is one of the most common medical problems, affecting 8 out of 10 people at some point during their lives. Lower back pain can range from a dull, constant ache to a sudden, sharp pain. Back pain is called chronic if it lasts for more than three months.
The effects that provide Dr. Allens therapeutic device are long lasting and the healing of the tissue is more complete as it improves the blood flow in the lower spine and around the Sciatic nerve terminating inflammation and reducing swelling. Consequently the pressure on the nerves decreases naturally reducing pain and other symptoms. That is why there is no need of taking painkillers or having operations. It is very easy to wear the device and it does not impede your movement while walking, cooking and driving or doing some work. Please see the video how to use Dr. Allens device for lower back pain and sciatica relief: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_li665LBNE.
Thermobalancing Therapy reduces inflammation in the affected lower back area and therefore pain and its treatment effect is cumulative and long lasting, says Dr. Allen. Dr. Allens therapeutic device helps people to ease pain and other symptoms of sciatica or lumbago without harmful painkillers and operations.
For more details about this new therapy, please visit Fine Treatment at: http://www.finetreatment.co.uk/sciaticatreatment/lowerbackpaintreatment.html.
About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine and cardio-vascular field, and he has treated patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr Allens devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, dissolving kidney stones, as well as back pain and sciatica relief.
Prostate Treatment and Lower Back Pain Relief with New Thermobalancing Therapy in 21st Century Health TV Series Starting from June 2, 2012, Highlights Fine Treatment
London, UK (PRWEB) May 31, 2012
The new natural approach to the treatment of lower back pain and prostate enlargement with Dr. Allens therapeutic devices will be featured in 21st Century Health TV series starting on Fox Business Network on June 2nd, 2012 and later on other channels, Fine Treatment reveals. Conventional treatments for lower back pain, such as painkillers and surgeries, as well as for BPH, like drugs and removal procedures, may cause a number of serious side effects. This is unacceptable nowadays as the new Thermobalancing Therapy can treat these conditions naturally. Furthermore, with the price under $ 150, this treatment is the most cost-effective on the market.
According to the National Institute of Health (NIH), chronic lower back pain is most likely caused by degenerative conditions such as arthritis or disc disease. Certain medicines may lead to side effects, including drowsiness and even liver damage. Since invasive back surgery is not always successful, it should be performed only on patients with progressive neurologic disease or damage to the peripheral nerves. As for the price, the American Medical Association (JAMA) states, annual medical costs for lower back pain treatment have increased from $ 4,695 per person to $ 6,096. However, money hasnt helped to reduce the number back pain cases; in 2005, 15% of U.S. adults reported back problems up from 12% in 1997.
The Health-Day Reporter S. Reinberg (USNews) reviewed existing studies on BPH medications in March 2011, and stated: the use of dutasteride (Avodart) and finasteride (Proscar and Propecia) were linked to erectile dysfunction, depression and loss of libido. According to the Mayo Clinic, transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) risks can include urinary problems, retrograde ejaculation, erectile dysfunction, and need for follow-up treatment after surgery.
Unlike drugs and surgeries, Dr. Allens devices improve the blood circulation in the affected area relieving pain and other symptoms. They work on the capillary level addressing the underlying causes of lasting diseases. Watch a video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dCFy_jZgCLw
The Thermobalancing Therapy helps to treat lower back pain and enlarged prostate naturally, says Dr. Allen. 21st Century Health TV series discuss the fenominal results of the new natural treatment enabled by Dr. Allens therapeutic devices.
For more details visit, for instatnce, http://www.finetreatment.co.uk/lowerbackpain/spinelumbagotreatment.html.
About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine and cardiovascular field. He has worked on a wide range of chronic conditions treating patients after a heart attack with coronary heart disease, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate, liver, stomach and spine conditions. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr Allens devices for coronary heart disease, prostate treatment: chronic prostatitis (CPPS) and BPH, for dissolving kidney stones, for upper and lower back pain and sciatica relief.
Question by FluffyPanda: Does an extremely low fat diet cause major joint pain especially in the back and cold appendages? ?
the only fat I eat these days are from a few eggs a day and the little bit of butter I put on the frying pan, beside that I eat mostly carbs and protein without fat.
Recently I’ve been getting joint pain everywhere and my spin feels like it’s going to snap off. my neck spin area hurts.
I’ve also been getting extremely cold hands, feet and tip of the nose.
Is this due to my very low fat diet?
Answer by McLovin
Could be. Joint pain is definately a possiblity in low fat diets as there is often less lubrication around your joints/tendons. The consensus is usually to use a joint health supplement containing glucosamine and condroitin. Although these supps usually take a while to really kick in, there are some fast acting glucosamine/condroitin formulas out there that will help lubricate your joints.
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Visit our website: www.PsycheTruth.net Low Back Pain Relief, Sciatica Treatment & the Spine by Austin Chiropractor Back pain can have many different causes. Poor posture, injuries, car accidents and simple day-to-day living can cause structural issues, sciatica or sciatic nerve pain, pinched nerves, bulging or herniated discs and worse. Dr. Echols teaches you about back pain, gives tips on how to stretch the back and relieve pain and demonstrates how flexion distraction tables are used in chiropractic adjustment. Visceral pain may even be caused by the internal organs referring pain into the lower back. For example, the uterus transfers pain to the lower back and can cause discomfort during menstruation and PMS. Prostate issues can cause lower back pain in men, and addressing the health of the prostate can cure back pain in many cases. Dr. Echols is a Chiropractor in Austin, Texas. He specializes in helping relieve pain, swelling, discomfort and other ailments in the back, hip, butt, neck, bulging discs, sciatica, and more. In this free video, Dr. Echols talks about the low back and shows some gentle, safe adjustments that can help relieve pain in the low back, butt and hips. Chiropractic adjustments for the spine and low back (such as the flexion distraction table in this video) can help resolve these issues. The sacro-iliac joint can also cause sciatic pain or pain shooting down the leg. Visit Dr. Echols website at http This video was produced by Psychetruth www …
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Facet Rhizotomy Procedure Relieves Back Pain Caused By Facet Joint Disease – Leading Surgeon Dr. Kaixuan Liu Details the Benefits of Endoscopic Facet Rhizotomy
Edison, NJ (PRWEB) May 30, 2012
Back pain is one of our most common afflictions, affecting almost all Americans at some point in their lives. It is the most frequent cause of activity limitation in people younger than 45 years old. And one-half of working Americans suffer an episode of back pain each year, making it second only to the common cold as a cause of lost days at work.
Back pain is not a specific disease, says Dr. Kaixuan Liu, chief surgeon at Atlantic Spinal Care in Edison, NJ. It is a symptom that may result from a variety of different processes. For many back pain sufferers, the primary source of pain is the facet joints. Facet joints are small joints located in pairs on the back of the spine that provide support, stability, and mobility to the spine. Facet joints are in almost constant motion with the spine and quite commonly simply wear out or become degenerated. When facet joints become worn or torn the cartilage covering the joints may become thin or disappear causing inflammation and pain.
Conservative therapy for facet joint pain consists of rest, physical therapy, and short-term use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or oral steroids. Facet joint injections of steroid medications are also often given to patients with this type of pain. The injections provide pain relief and also help the physician pinpoint exactly where the pain originates and confirm or reject the facet joints as the source of the pain. For many patients, facet joint injections provide adequate relief, says Dr. Liu. For others, however, the pain relief is too short-lived. For these patients, facet rhizotomy may be the answer.
Facet rhizotomy destroys some of the damaged or degenerated nerve endings that are causing pain, Dr. Liu explains. The most advanced procedure for this condition is endoscopic facet rhizotomy, a minimally invasive procedure for the lumbar spine that uses a laser to deaden the nerves and provides lasting relief without damaging surrounding muscles or soft tissue as traditional spine surgery does.
Endoscopic facet rhizotomy is generally considered for patients who have had lower back pain for more than six weeks that has not responded to conservative treatments. Additional indications are palpation of the facet joints that provokes deep tenderness and muscle spasm; limited range of motion in the lumbar spine, particularly upon extension (bending backwards); and confirmation based on facet joint blocks or medial branch nerve blocks that lower back pain is from facet joint disease.
Endoscopic facet rhizotomy is administered with a local anesthetic and intravenous sedation. The surgical targets are marked at the skin level under fluoroscopic guidance (x-rays) and a small cut (about 7 mm) is made on the skin. Then a tube is inserted to the target. A tiny camera (endoscope) is inserted through the tube and the small nerve branches (medial branch) from the nerve root are identified. A laser is used to deaden the nerve branches, which have only a sensory function. Finally, the tube is removed and the incision is closed with a stitch or two. Upon completion, the patient is encouraged to walk around and is free to leave the surgical center the same day. After a follow-up visit with the surgeon the next day, the patient can go home for a quick recovery.
Endoscopic facet rhizotomy is highly effective in treating back pain caused by degenerated facet joints, Dr. Liu concludes, and it eliminates many of the risks and complications of conventional open surgery. There is only a very small incision and no damage to the back muscles. Recovery is faster and more comfortable, with less need for pain medication. Our patients have been very satisfied with the results.
Atlantic Spine Center is a leading provider of a full range of spinal treatment, specializing in minimally invasive endoscopic discectomy.
Kaixuan Liu, MD, PhD, founder and chief surgeon, is board certified in anesthesiology, pain management and minimally invasive spine surgery. He earned his medical degree at Hubei Medical College in China, followed by four years of residency in cardiothoracic surgery at Beijing Medical University, the most prestigious medical school in China. He trained in surgery and anesthesiology at Columbia University in New York and held a fellowship in minimally invasive spine surgery at Advanced Orthopedics of South Florida. Dr. Liu also earned a PhD in biomedical sciences at Auburn University in Alabama. He is a visiting associate professor in the Department of Orthopedics, West China Hospital, Sichuan University, China, ranked among the 10 best hospitals in China.
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Susan Salvo, author, instructor, and massage therapist, explains and demonstrates a series of table stretches and joint mobilizations called Swedish gymnastics. These simple but effective movements help improve range of motion, flexibility, and reduce pain. About the attire we shot this during student clinic, so Susan was in supervisor rather than therapist mode.
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