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  1. Lumbar Herniated Disc - 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.

  2. Lumbar Herniated Disc - Cause

    A herniated disc usually is caused by wear and tear of the disc (also called disc degeneration). As we age, our vertebral discs lose some of the fluid that helps them maintain flexibility. A herniated disc also may result from injuries to the spine, which

  3. Lumbar Herniated Disc - Treatment Overview

    Learn about treatment for herniated disc.

  4. Back Pain Solutions: Exercise and Movement Therapies

    Can therapies like yoga, tai chi, and Pilates help low back pain?

  5. Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Chronic Pain

    Spinal cord stimulation is a procedure that uses an electrical current to treat chronic pain. To treat chronic low back pain, a small pulse generator, implanted in the back, transmits electrical pulses to the spinal cord. These pulses interfere with the nerve impulses responsible for leg pain due to nerve damage (sciatica).Implanting the stimulator is considered to be a simple procedure, ...

  6. Low Back Pain - Other Treatment

    Low-Back-Pain-Other Treatment

  7. Low Back Pain - Coping With Chronic Back Pain

    One Man's Story: "I started feeling sad and angry a lot. I didn’t want to do anything. My back was hurting more. I was having trouble focusing on my work. My life just started feeling smaller and smaller."- Ravi Read more about how Ravi learned he had depression and how he fought back. Low back pain can take a toll on your mental health. You may feel fear,frustration,and anger or have ...

  8. Low Back Pain - Treatment Overview

    Low-Back-Pain-Treatment Overview

  9. Low Back Pain - Cause

    Learn about common causes of lower back pain.

  10. Upper and Middle Back Pain - Home Treatment

    There are several things you can do at home to help reduce your pain. For example: Rest. If your back hurts a lot,take a break. But try not to let too much time pass before you get moving again. Instead,return to your activities slowly,and avoid things that make your pain worse. Studies show that bed rest doesn't relieve back pain better than staying active. And bed rest of more than a ...

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