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Could Seeing A Homeopathic Doctor Help Me Control My Back Pain
No: You're better off buying a bottle of water. Same thing as any homeopathic 'medication.' the entire philosophy of homeopathics is diluting an ingredient that causes the symptoms down to a glass of medication that actually contains zero molecules of the initial ingredient. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Neck and back pain month now. Aleve, (naproxen) medrol, and heat haven't helped. Doc says musculoskeltal and no need for imaging. Advice on homeopathic remedy?
Hi I am an addict with chronic back pain. I really need something to control my back pain. my doctors refuse to even give me nsaids but I fear relapse?
Addiction, Back Pain: I feel empathy for your back pain. I admire you for your honesty about Addiction. See an Orthopedic Specialist for diagnosis, Physical therapy, and medication.. At age 22, stressors of relationships, unresolved emotional conflicts, separation, work and finances can contribute to back pain See an Addiction Specialist for Medication dependence, Therapy, Yoga and Meditation Attend NA meeting ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See pain specialist: Each person needs to be evaluated on an individual basis. There can be several reasons for your pain. While it can certainly resolve on its own in several weeks, why wait. I advocate treating to decrease inflammation, reduce pain, increase function and quality of life. A thorough physical exam and diagnostic studies will help determine what treatment will be best depending on your diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hello I have been dealing with severe upper back pain for about 8 years and have been seeing different doctors about it. None of them can seem to help?
Diagnosis: It would all completely come down to an accurate diagnosis of your condition. It is only then that your treatment options can be known. You might consider a referral to more of a university setting if you are not getting enough help locally. ...Read more
Low Back Pain: Very common for humans to experience back pain. Acute onset of back pain usually resolves in 4-6 weeks. If pain isn't improved, worsens, radiates into legs, causes tingling and numbness into legs, weakness of legs, associated with numbness in the perianal area, bowel or bladder problem, fever, chill, unexplained weight loss, of pain while lying down regardless of position seek medical evaluation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See M.D. first: You need to get this diagnosed. A regular MD like your family doctor is a good place to start. Chiropractors operate under an outmoded and discredited theory of disease causation. They offer a deep massage but nothing in the way of diagnosis or cure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I got an epidural when my son was born 16 mo ago and I have extreme back pain. It comes in waves. Stops then comes back hard. I want to see a doc.
Likely unrelated: But having it checked out is a good idea. Most of these are activity/muscular in origin. ...Read more
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