Sunday, October 12, 2008

Back Pain, Lumbago, Slip Disc, Spondylosis

Back Pain, Lumbago, Scitica, Slip Disc, Spondylsis
Theare some many names given for such problems

The causes of back pain are nearly as numerous as terms used to describe the symptoms. Back pain is a primary reason people seek medical attention. Considering that almost 80% of the adult population will encounter some form of back pain, it could be said that back pain is a universal epidemic. Back pain recognizes no age, economic, or ethnic barriers.
In allpoathic school, to overcome such problem, the doctors will presribe painkiller drugs. If the symtomps become worst, the last chance is by operation.

Acute - Chronic - Episodic

Typically back pain originates in the neck (cervical), mid back (thoracic), low back (lumbar), or a combination such as ‘thoracolumbar pain’. Depending on the source of the pain, certain types of pain may be indicative of disease or a particular disorder.

Pain may be described as sudden, sharp, persistent, or dull. Symptoms may be localized to a specific area of the back (e.g., neck) or may radiate into the shoulders, arms, low back, buttocks, legs, and even the feet. Sometimes pain is accompanied by neurologic symptoms such as numbness, tingling, or weakness.

Back pain is either acute or chronic. Acute pain may begin suddenly with intense pain usually lasting a short period of time. Chronic pain is persistent long-term pain, sometimes lasting throughout life. Even chronic pain may present episodes of acute pain.

Certain neurologic symptoms may indicate the need for immediate medical attention. These ‘red flags’ include bowel or bladder dysfunction, extremity weakness or numbness, severe symptoms that do not subside after a few days, or pain that prohibits everyday activities.

A Myriad of Causes
A cause of back pain is muscle strain and spasm. Strain may result from the ‘weekend warrior syndrome’, heavy physical work, awkward bending or twisting, even poor posture.

By experience we solve the problem by using integrated therapy i.e.with homeopathic orally and acupuncture treatment externally. It will take about 10-20 therapies to solve the problem. Even thoguh it is not a 100% cure but at least there is hope to relief the pain with drugs or surgery.

Penyakit Sakit Tulang belakang, lumbago, slip disc, sakit leher, terseliuh leher, sakit urat saraf , rawatan homeopati dan akupunktur amat berkesan. Walupun tidak 100% sembuh, namun ia melegakan kesakitan tanpa dadah atau tanpa pembedahan.

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