Guide to Reducing Backpain Without Surgery
Although I am a specialist in minimally invasive back surgery, I believe surgery should only be done if all other options have failed. If the back pain remains to persist, surgery should be deemed the last option. However, if you are in pain, here are some tips that may help you delay or even avoid back surgery.
These are the signs that you might need to visit the hospital before we get into our tips.
Visit Your Doctor!
After sustaining a back injury, the first thing you should do is seek out medical advice and receive an accurate diagnosis. If you are having scoliosis, you can opt for local scoliosis treatment.
Any type of exercise should be reviewed with your doctor before you begin! Your back pain can be reduced by strengthening your core (abdomen, lower back, and gluteus) and will help prevent future problems from happening. Both yoga and Pilates can help strengthen your core.
Although it isn't statistically proven, massage is often the first thing back pain sufferers think about. Although massage has been shown to decrease anxiety associated with chronic back pain, it is important to consult your doctor before using this method.
Discuss More Invasive Measures
Talk to your doctor about more invasive procedures and get a recommendation from a Neurosurgeon. To verify his experience, I recommend you look up the online profiles of your doctor.