Is there a cure for the pain in my lower back?

Maybe. The majority of the population will report back pain at some time in their life. There are numerous causes. Most of the time back pain with resolve with time and simple treatment. Back pain from some causes may require more extensive treatment and in rare cases is best treated surgically. In some cases the pain can not be completely cured and the goal of treatment is to make it manageable.

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What is the cure for lower back pain for a young person?

Back pain in young. Young patients rarely need further evaluation for back pain as it is usually self-limiting. For mild symptoms, muscle pains are most common. Consider also disc herniation which may cause pain without sciatica. Stress fracture occurs in 5% of the population without any symptoms. Treatment involves nsaid's, pt for mckenzie exercises, core exercises pilates/yoga/piyo. See a doc if persistent. Read more...

What's recommended as a cure for lower back pain without paracetimol?

Aquatic exercise. Swim, water aerobics or walking in chest deep water. We are about 80% lighter standing in chest deep water due to buoyancy. This will make exercising easier. Start with an amount that is relatively easy and comfortable, then repeat 4 or more days per week and add a few minutes to the program once a week, initially only add 2-3 mins per week, so you don't over do it. Don't give up and keep moving. Read more...

Can you please discuss the initial cure for chronic lower back pain?

Several things. First, you need to assess your health status in terms of regular exercise, weight control and tobacco use. Are you getting a good night's sleep on a good mattress? If the pain persists or is getting worse, try over the counter medication and a simple back support and local heat applications. If no better, see your primary care doctor for an evaluation and to discuss next steps. Read more...

Can you let me know is inversion therapy (hanging upside down) a good cure for lower back pain?

Not a cure. It can be a useful part of a guided program for chronic low back pain in some cases. When done correctly, it can decompress parts of the spine, in a way similar to a physical therapist performing traction exercises. I would get guidance on this activity from your doctor or therapist, . Read more...