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    1. Whiplash - Health Tools

      Health Tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health.Actionsets are designed to help people take an active role in managing a health condition. Fitness: Walking for Wellness

    2. Muscle Relaxants for a Herniated Disc

      Drug details for Muscle relaxants for a herniated disc.

    3. Opiate Pain Relievers for Spinal Stenosis

      Drug details for Opioids for spinal stenosis.

    4. Whiplash - When To Call a Doctor

      Find out when to call a doctor about a herniated disc.

    5. Whiplash - Health Tools

      Health tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health. Decision Points focus on key medical care decisions that are important to many health problems. Should I (or my child) have surgery for scoliosis?

    6. Whiplash - What Happens

      The gradual wearing out of spinal discs is a natural part of aging that can often lead to a herniated disc. However, only a few people who have herniated discs have severe or troublesome symptoms.

    7. Back Problems: Proper Lifting

      No one is immune to back injury. Whether you have a strong back or have hurt your back before, it is well worth it to: Stop yourself before casually picking up a light or heavy load.Plan in your mind for the best way to lift what's in front of you. This could include enlisting help from one or more people.Lift and move slowly and carefully.The time you take to use the right lifting mechanics is ..

    8. Whiplash - Surgery

      Surgery may be used to treat severe scoliosis. The goal of surgery is to improve a severe spinal curve. The result will not be a perfectly straight spine, but the goal is to balance the spine and to make sure the curve does not get worse.

    9. Low Back Pain - Medications

      Information on medications used to treat herniated discs.

    10. Low Back Pain - Exams and Tests

      Lumbar spinal stenosis can usually be diagnosed based on your history of symptoms, a physical examination, and imaging tests. Imaging tests that may be used to evaluate the condition of the spine include: Computed tomography (CT) scan of the spine, which

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