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[Chronic backaches] How do you cure chronic backaches?
[2007-09-18 10:48] (1,994)

There are many reasons for chronic backaches. And there are many cases where the causes are unknown. However, the patient’s symptom seems to be caused by spondylosis. Patients with spondylosis do not show any outward symptoms in many cases, but some patients experience some symptoms. The pains caused by spondylosis are mechanical in nature caused by the instability of the spine or by stimulating the nerves.

 

Therefore the appropriate treatment is to maintain a stable spine. In other words, keep a correct posture, and strengthen your waist muscles through swimming or waist exercises, which supplement the weakness of the spinal bones. It may sound very easy, but it is not. The reason for this is because this treatment does not solve the problem in one or two months. You should use this treatment continuously and make it a habit. Making a new habit is very difficult and tedious.

 

In many cases, patients try the treatment a few times, realize that the pain is still present, and worry whether or not they are doing it correctly. Most of the time, the patients look for other methods to fix the problem. This is because they have no accurate knowledge regarding their disease.

 

If these strengthening methods do not work and the pain becomes unbearable, you may need to undergo surgery. However, the surgery involves adhesion or fusion of the spinal column and hardening the segments, so it would be harder for the patient than removing a disc. Therefore we recommend correcting your posture and doing waist exercises for treatment.

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