Pain in the lower back, or lumbar spine region, is common in part because your lower back is one of the more structurally complex areas of your body.
Pain management treatment is a complex process because there is often a need to treat both the physical and psychological aspects of pain. There are many types of chronic pain, and many different ways to treat them. The first step is making a visit to your doctor to discuss your pain and identify its source.
Although the causes of chronic knee pain vary, surgery is far from the only option for its relief. A number of promising non-surgical options, including those discussed below, are available for treatment of knee pain. Talking with your health care provider can help you make informed choices about which options are most likely to meet your needs.
Anyone who suffers from chronic headaches is sure to understand the impact they have on a person’s overall quality of life. Although the possible causes of recurrent headaches are many and pinpointing their exact trigger(s) may prove challenging, a number of treatment options are available that may provide significant relief.
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