Low Back Pain treatments
Low Back Pain

Treatments could include:

  • Change Position Frequently
  • Heat Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • Ultrasound Therapy
  • Application of Back Brace
  • Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injection
  • Skeletal traction and other traction
  • Cognitive Behavior Therapy
  • Injection of Local Anesthetic into Joint
  • Electric Stimulation Therapy
  • Therapeutic Stretching
  • Spinal Fusion
  • Laminectomy
  • Diskectomy
  • Laminotomy
  • Lumbar Microdiscectomy
  • Reconstruction of Intervertebral Disc
  • Facetectomy of Vertebra
  • Cold Therapy
  • Lateral traction moves part of your body, such as your leg, slightly to the side to correct a dislocation. A system of weights and tension holds your body part in place as a form of orthopedic treatment , a form of treatment for correcting musc
  • Spinal traction is a form of decompression therapy that relieves pressure on the spine. It can be performed manually or mechanically.
  • Spinal fusion is a surgical procedure in which two or more vertebrae are permanently joined into one solid bone with no space between them. The vertebrae are the small, interlocking bones of the spine. In spinal fusion, extra bone is used to fill
  • Laminectomy is a type of back surgery used to relieve compression on the spinal cord. It removes the lamina (part of the bone that forms the vertebral arch in the spine) and/or bone spurs. These structures can put pressure on the spinal cord or ne
  • Your spinal column is an intricate series of bones connected by ligaments. They are cushioned with gel-like disks between each vertebra. These disks begin to wear down, move out of place, and press on your spinal nerves over time, causing pain. Th
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