There are reports that back pain can be relieved with more physical activities. It is also indicated that prescription drugs may not be helpful to relieve the pain.
Massage has certain physical benefits to patients suffering from lower back pain. A recent study has been published in the journal Pain Medicine.
According to the National Pain Audit, costs associated with back pain account for roughly a fifth of the UK’s health expenditure. Up to four out of five British adults will experience back pain at some stage during their lifetime.
Drug-free options are much recommended due to the nation's opioid epidemic. Non-drug therapy treatments are less costly and safe.
Many people believe weather affects their pain symptoms but researchers have found conclusive evidence that it plays no role in back pain and arthritis.
Back pain can originate from a lot of things such as exercise or improper posture. Age would normally have something to do with it but the underlying factor of it all is that it is something that can imminently affect anyone.
Scientists find that in the long term, back pain can be treated and eliminated with regular exercise.
Researchers reported that patients are greatly influenced by clinicians' beliefs and attitudes regarding lower back pain.
A new study suggests that low back pain is the most common reason behind disability in the world. The international study published by The Lancet in the latest Global Burden of Disease Study reveals that lower back pain and osteoarthritis rank second to cancer as a leading cause of disease burden in Australasia, Medical Xpress reports.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.