What are good home remedy's for chronic low back pain?

Heat and stretching. Heating pads, hamstring stretching, and lying on your back with hips and knees flexed at 90 degrees (pillows under knees).

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Any good home remedy's for chronic low back pain?

Healthier living. Weight loss and exercise are important in managing chronic low back pain. Very difficult to do, but it is possible. Seeing a physical therapist and nutritionist maybe the first start. Your gola with exercise is to re-align your postural mechanics or posture. Capcaicin over the counter may be helpful, with nutrition and good sleep hygiene. See your doctor, there are options. Read more...
Core Exercises. Typically core strengthening exercises are the best to help relieve pressure and forces in the spine. I would try and google some or look them up on youtube to see descriptions. If you can do them yourself, wonderful otherwise ask your doctor to get a referral to a good physical therapist for further assistance. Read more...

What is a home remedy to alleviating cramps, lower back pain, and thigh discomfort?

Moist heat. Get a large size towel sprinkle some water on it, put it in microwave for 3-4 minutes and use over the painful area, repeat 2-3 time. Good luck. Read more...

Is there a good treatment for 10/10 lower back pain?

Yes. The first and foremost one needs to know is why the pain is rated 10/10 which means almost a mortal pain. Very few conditions can cause such scenario. A pain specialist should be able to sort through the cause and come up with a multidisciplinary plan to alleviate the pain. These include but are not limited to minimally invasive procedures, surgery, medications, etc. Read more...
Usually. The success of any level of low back pain is very dependent upon the cause. Of course many other factors play a role in pain production and perception, but you must know the cause before anyone could delcare or propose a potentially successful treatment. You need to be evaluated by either an orthopedic spinal surgeon, or an interventional pain doctor for your answer. Read more...
10/10 back pain. This rating is meaningless without a full evaluation by an md be it a specialist or your pmd. Treatments are not provided based on a patients numeric rating. This is because what is a 10/10 to you maybe a 6/10 or a 4/10 to someone else. In acute pain the rating is quite good, in chronic pain it is very inacurate. Read more...

Remedy for low back pain Pains on d knee?

If back pain and. knee pains, then you may have different issues. Back pain can come from musculoskeletal stiffness, or degenerative disk disease with spine problems. Knee pains on the other hand often mean there is swelling with the joint or ligaments within the joint. Or osteoarthritis. Please see a healthcare provider before you take medications just to relieve. Read more...

Can you tell of any success story in treatment of low back pain due to sacralization l5?

Yes Many. Sacralization of the L5 is not generally the only problem you may have. Often times the spinal levels above them cause more problems, however I would suggest seeing a spine/pain fellowship trained physician who can address your real concerns and educate you on what to do for relief and what you may be able to do to maintain relief as well. Read more...

Having intense low back pain due to ddd (diagnosed 20+ yrs ago, I'm in my mid 30's). I'm active, no alternative treatment seems to help?

Conservative Rx. Should try pt /back rehab injections and meds . If these are not effective then surgery may be an option depending on imaging and clinical status .Should see a spine/neuro surgeon for opinion. Read more...
DDD pain. After trial of 3-6 months of nsaids/tylenol, mckenzie pt, ice/heat, salonpas hot patches and pain management, then surgery workup is reasonable as nonsurgical has failed. Determining the source of pain may be elusive but is paramount. Studies (mri, ct myelogram, xrays) are necessary. Provocative testing like diskography helps to determine source of pain. If conclusive, spinal fusion could help. Read more...
Don't Give Up. If you haven't had aggressive trigger point therapy including tp injections or deep tissue massage there may still be some appreciable relief possible. Find a practitioner that recognizes this condition. 95% of patients sent to me for pre-surgical investigation that had these treatments decided not to have surgery. Now i don't get pre-surgical referrals. Also check out a nada-chair. Read more...
Wrong diagnosis. Degenerative disk disease (ddd) natural concommitent of aging & reported, in the medical literature, as not a common generator of pain. Ddd is a term co-opted by doctors from radiological reports, wherein it is used as comment about bone architecture. The term conveniently used by doctors unable to examine or question well enough to obtain an independent diagnosis otherwise; it has seemed to me. Read more...

I have hpv. I know there is no cure. It has caused me to have chronic lower back pain and pain in my upper thigh. Is there treatment for those symptoms?

You are giving. Too much credit to hpv. It is not the source of you back and thigh pain. Unless you get genital warts or cervical dysplasia it is not going to be an issue ( baring rectal or esophageal cancer). Do you sleep well? Is it upper or lower back? Is your stress level high? Crying spells? Try aleve (naproxen) 2x per day. Its not hpv, approx80% of adults have been exposed, do not label yourself contaminated! Read more...
Not related. The symptoms you describe are not due to hpv infection. Hpv causes either benign warts or pre cancerous skin changes. The only reason one could have back pain/ leg pain is if there is advanced cervical cancer. Read more...