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The complete guide for the treatment of Back Pain


Lower back pain, also known as the condition of lumbago, medically is a pain in the lumbar region (the region from the rib cage to the pelvis from the back). It surmounts to severe ache affecting routine activities and hampering an individual’s capability to handle tasks independently. Sometimes, the pain prolongs and results in a strained injury, often leading to frequent, and professionally supervised physiotherapy sessions. 

According to research, more than 80% of the people around the world suffer from lower back pain at least once in their lifetime. Among the elderly, lower back pain is often caused by the degeneration of joints, including osteoarthritis and spinal stenosis. 

ElderCare, which is an initiative launched by ServElder, incorporates trained nurses and aides equipped with physiotherapy education. You can help your loved one relieve the stabbing pain caused by lumbago with ElderCare. Besides this, we have enlisted for you a few courses to opt for an effective treatment for lower back pain. 

1.    Pain Relief Medications  

Both acute and chronic lower back pain can be treated with the help of pain relief medications. The medications include opioids such as codeine, oxycodone, or morphine. Others include over the counter acetaminophen and aspirin in its structure. 

However, the patients have an option to be treated with nonsteroidal, anti-inflammatory drugs like ibuprofen, ketoprofen, and naproxen sodium. You can also subdue the pain using analgesic creams and sprays, which, as a consequence, dull the sensation or soothe around the inflamed area. 

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2.    Injections for respite 

Injections are not a long term solution as they provide respite only during the short term. Epidural steroid injections are commonly used to treat the affected area in both lower back pain and sciatica. Sciatica is a condition caused due to the pressure on a specific nerve and sometimes can even go down to the foot. 

In extended periods, injections can worsen the pain, causing extreme strain on the spinal cord of the patient. For only those who experience critical chronic pains or have suffered from a fatal spinal injury, are dispensed from the treatment mentioned above. 


3.    Physiotherapy 


Patients suffering from lower back pain can also opt for physical therapy, yoga, or acupuncture for a non-antibiotic treatment.  Guided physiotherapy and physical activities can help you heal quicker than medicines or surgeries. 

Adequate bed rest and the adaption of a carefully sought out physical routine can help you get right back on track and get rid of the nasty back pain. ElderCare aides can assist you in walking through the periodic physiotherapy sessions nurturing the patient with the utmost expertise. You can call ElderCare today to schedule an appointment and procure further information. 

There is nothing more important in this world than to see our loved ones happy and chirping and ElderCare strives to commit to the same. Lower back pain can be recurring, and therefore, by employing a full-time attendant through ElderCare can facilitate you or your family member, heal better and faster. We also employ a faculty of doctors who can assist you in recognizing and find a suitable approach to cure for your disorder.