London, Oct 17 : A spinal surgeon in Britain has pioneered a new treatment to heal severe back pain without surgery, which used to be the only answer for the pain.
Colin Natali is the founder of Back2normal, a private clinic that treats back pain with a combination of physiotherapy and spine-strengthening machinery.
London, Sept 21 : A study has confirmed that the key to curing agonising long-term back pain is not by resting but by doing more exercise.
Research showed those who were as active as possible recovered far more quickly and were not left depressed.
Washington, Mar 1: Scientists are using the bones of people who died up to a hundred years ago for the development of new treatments for chronic back pain.
The work is bringing together the unusual combination of latest computer modelling techniques developed at the University of Leeds, and archaeology and anthropology expertise at the University of Bristol.
London, Oct 19 : Middle aged women may suffer chronic back pain if they spend long hours surfing the internet, say experts.
This happens because they hunch hours over computers surfing the internet or shopping online, reports express. co. uk.
Women, aged 35 to 50, spend most time on social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter, a survey has found.
Washington, October 2: A new study has revealed that the collection of fluid in the spinal joints, and swelling of the interspinal ligaments are major sources of lower back pain.
The research team comprising of experts from Baskent University Hospital and Alanya Research Center, both in Antalya, Turkey, used new MR techniques for the study.
Washington, June 25: People suffering from chronic back pain are likely to benefit from an extra daily dose of vitamin D, suggests a new study.
Hamburg, Germany - If you have mysterious back pains which your doctor cannot explain, the cause may be partly due to watching TV commercials about pain-relief medication, according to findings of a revolutionary new study in Germany.
The German researchers said incidence of back pain among people living behind the Berlin Wall increased dramatically after German unification as East Germans became inundated by West German commercial television networks.
Washington, Jan 23: Non steroidal painkillers such as aspirin and ibuprofen are effective for reducing low-back pain in the short-term, says a Cochrane Systematic Review.
Low back pain is a major health problem in western industrialised countries and Non steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like aspirin are the most frequently prescribed medication.
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