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  1. Anticonvulsants for Chronic Low Back Pain

    Drug details for Anticonvulsants for chronic low back pain.

  2. Lumbar Spinal Stenosis - What Increases Your Risk

    The risk of having lumbar spinal stenosis increases if you are older than age 50, have a history of spinal injury, or have osteoarthritis (spondylosis) of the spine.

  3. Understanding Spinal Disk Problems -- the Basics

    Learn more from WebMD about the basics spinal disk problems, including herniated disks and degenerative disk disease.

  4. Understanding Spinal Disk Problems -- Symptoms

    Learn about the symptoms of spinal disk problems from the experts at WebMD.

  5. Understanding Spinal Disk Problems -- Diagnosis & Treatment

    Learn more from WebMD about the spectrum of treatments for spinal disk problems.

  6. Pain Management and Sciatica

    Learn more from WebMD about the symptoms and causes of sciatica, a painful nerve condition.

  7. Brace (Orthotic) Treatment for Scoliosis

    Brace (orthotic) treatment for scoliosis is used to prevent spinal curve progression and to maintain the appearance of the back.The goal of brace treatment is to prevent the curve from getting worse. Bracing does not correct a curve. There may be some initial straightening of the spine and the appearance of correction when a brace is applied. However in most cases, once the bracing program has ...

  8. Lumbar Herniated Disc - When To Call a Doctor

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

  9. Lumbar Herniated Disc - Prevention

    Measures that may help prevent low back pain or a herniated disc include: Maintaining an ideal body weight. This reduces the load on your lower back.Exercising regularly. Quitting smoking. Nicotine and other toxins from cigarette smoke can be harmful to y

  10. Lumbar Herniated Disc - Exams and Tests

    Initial examinationYour health professional will evaluate your symptoms of leg and back pain using a medical history and physical examination. Your diagnosis will be based on any features that point to irritation of one or more spinal nerves and to the lo

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