WHAT ARE THE WARNING SIGNS OF LOW BACK PAIN?
Most low back pain occurs suddenly and goes away or becomes less intense after a short time without treatment. If you have any of the following symptoms, it may be something more serious. See a doctor immediately if you have:
- Pain that is going down to the leg below the knee
- No feeling (numbness) in the leg, foot, groin, or rectal area
- Loss of bowel or bladder control
- Fever, weakness, or sweating
- Pain that is so bad you cannot move around, or that does not get better after 2 to 3 weeks
- Previous history of cancer
- Been using medicines that weaken bones or your immune system, like corticosteroids
Back pain is very debilitating and can severally affect the quality of life of a person if left untreated. A large number of people experiencing back pain in India is on the rise. Approximately 80 percent of adults will have back pain at some point in their lives. Work injuries, obesity, pregnancy, and aging can all cause a degeneration of the spine.
HOW IS A LOW BACK PAIN DIAGNOSIS IS MADE?
Sometimes, your doctor may not be able to find the exact cause of your back pain even after all investigations. To learn more, your doctor will ask you questions about your back pain and your medical history. He will examine your back and try to find the cause of the pain.
Imaging investigations, like an x-ray or MRI, are rarely needed. These tests are expensive, maybe harmful, and usually do not help your doctor find the cause of your low back pain. Talk to your doctor about the necessity for an imaging investigation for your back pain.
HOW IS LOW BACK PAIN TREATED WITH MANUAL THERAPY?
Manual therapy, often called manipulative therapy, is a form of physiotherapy used to treat musculoskeletal conditions and associated pain.
At APARC, our specialized best physiotherapists for back pain are committed to finding the route cause of pain, determining a diagnosis before beginning treatment.
At APARC, we offer the best manual therapy for back pain. It includes soft tissue manipulation to relax muscles and break up scar tissue to increase circulation.
Our physiotherapist, manual therapist, and osteopath are well qualified and skilled in Mobilization myofascial release spinal manipulation fascial manipulations.
If you have chronic back pain and it impacts your life, don't wait to visit our canter to experience the best back pain treatment in Delhi.
Do remember that the most common cause of back pain is mechanical. When there is a biomechanical imbalance in the spine, it can cause back pain. This type of pain does not require surgical interventions and can be treated with manual therapy. Let's experience the difference between our centers with the best spinal manual therapy in Delhi if you think about surgery
IS SURGERY IS THE ONLY WAY TO TREAT BACK PAIN?
Nowadays, more chronic back pain patients become aware of physiotherapy, osteopathy, and manual spinal therapy nonsurgical treatment options. However, many still believe that surgery is the only effective treatment. However, experts estimate that just 5% of back pain cases will be effectively helped by surgery.
POINTS TO REMEMBER ABOUT BACK PAIN
- Low back pain is a prevalent problem for which patients visit doctors' offices in the entire world.
- Acute back pain and usually lasts no longer than six weeks. In contrast, chronic pain can come slowly and lasts for a longer duration, maybe three months.
- Anyone can have back pain symptoms, but lifestyle habits, sedentary activity levels, and poor posture increase the risk
- Treatment for back pain depends on how long your pain is and what structure is causing pain.
- Being physically active, regular Exercise, an optimal diet, and hot and cold packs can help you live better with back pain.
- Avoid bed rest and try to keep active doing everyday activities, but do not lift heavy things.
- Massage, a heating pad, or a hot shower can help to relieve pain.
- Your doctor may suggest other treatments such as medicines to relax your muscles, stretch.
- Talk to your doctor about physiotherapy, manual therapy.
- Surgery is rarely needed.
- Pain and stiffness in the lower back is a common problem. Usually, it gets better within a few days or weeks without any testing or treatment.
- See your physiotherapist if the pain does not go away after a few weeks or if you have such symptoms as fever, muscle weakness, numbness, loss of bladder or bowel control, or previous history of cancer.
- You will get better faster if you return to doing normal activities as soon as possible.