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You get up with it. You go to sleep with it. An incredible number of men and women live with chronic back or neck pain every day. What’s chronic pain? It is technically defined as pain that lasts for 12 weeks or more—even after pain isn’t any longer acute (short-term, serious pain) or the injury has healed.

ACCURATE ANALYSIS

Getting an exact identification of the reason for neck pain or your back is vital to the outcome of your treatment plan. Depending on the severity and cause of your pain that is chronic, you might need to find out different specialists in addition to your own primary care physician—pain medicine specialist, orthopaedic spine surgeon, neurosurgeon, physiatrist, rheumatologist, physical therapist among others. Over time your chronic pain need to be reevaluated, and may transform, which might affect the way it is handled.

Your chronic back or neck pain treatment generally features a variety of treatments to maximize results that are great. A number of the treatments your doctor prescribes and recommends may include:

PHYSICAL THERAPY:

Extending and strengthening muscles is vital in the treatment of neck pain or chronic back.

CHIROPRACTIC CARE:

Depending on your own diagnosis, chiropractic care may be recommended by your doctor. Studies have demonstrated that two weeks of day-to-day exploitation by a chiropractor can result in considerable progress in a few patients with persistent low back pain and referred leg pain.

MEDICINES:

There are lots of different prescription medications to take care of neuropathic pain, inflammation, muscle spasms, and pain. Additionally, you will find drugs to treat conditions that often accompany chronic pain, including drugs that will help you sleep, alleviate depression, and reduce nervousness.

PROCESSES:

Your doctor may recommend a spinal cord stimulator, spinal injections, drug heart, or spine surgery. You can get a second opinion, in the event you might be uncertain about the treatment plan recommended.

COPING SKILLS:

Never underestimate the power of your head. Your mood and mental perspective can greatly make an impact on your level of pain. Talk with a trained specialist to understand relaxation and coping skills.

COMPLEMENTARY TREATMENTS:

Many physicians recommend acupuncture and other types of traditional Chinese medicine. Speak to your doctor about these choices.

A COUPLE OF WORDS ABOUT …. AGE, FITNESS, BODY WEIGHT

You probably involve some control over body weight and your level of fitness, although you can’t stop aging or its effects. While you can’t stop the clock on the cellular changes that are recognized to accompany aging—such as loss of muscle mass and bone density —you can take little steps today to build a more stronger you tomorrow.

It’s understood that patients with chronic back or neck pain may not feel like being active, going to the gym and even adhering to a home exercise program. Yet, being active can help chronic pain because during exercise your body releases endorphins—your body’s natural painkiller.

Moreover, by teaming up together with and/or your physician physical therapist you can start to build abdominal muscles that are strong —essential to your own body’s center strength which helps support your back.

Did you know that by simply losing even 5 to 10 pounds you can reduce back pain? It’s true. Carrying around extra weight translates to added stress to the low back that may exacerbate pain.

CONCLUSION

In many instances, aggressive and early treatment of chronic back or neck pain can make a life-changing difference. But remember that knowledge is power: Be certain you comprehend your alternatives before deciding which route to take.

Dr. Alex Jimenez D.C.,C.C.S.T’s insight:

Chronic pain, by definition, doesn’t go away. Millions of people live with chronic back or neck pain every day. For Answers to any questions you may have please call Dr. Jimenez at 

915-850-0900 

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