Home Remedy Book
Spine Group Orlando understands that the best healthcare is achieved with an educated healthcare consumer. Especially with back and neck pain, prevention of recurrence is essential to free oneself from ongoing attacks of pain symptoms.
The bad news is that four out of five Americans will have a back pain attack at some point in their lives. The good news is that 80% of back pain is linked to an acute strain of ligaments and tendons. Spine surgery is never appropriate for a back or neck strain. While a back strain can be painful enough to bring you to your knees, the other good news is that the pain related to the symptoms of back strain or neck strain can often be relieved in your own home — provided you know the correct Home Remedies for Back Pain.
Our spine Internet site acts as on-line spine encyclopedia. In addition, as a free community service, Spine Group Orlando mails out a Home Remedy Book for back & neck pain to those who live in Orlando. If you live in this area and would like a copy, complete the form and we’ll mail one to you over the next two weeks.
Within the Home Remedy Book for back pain and neck pain you find several ways you can relieve the symptoms of a back pain attach in your own home. For example, home remedy for back pain #1 is to take an anti-inflammatory like Advil or Nuprin as directed on the bottle. Next, take a paper Dixie cup, fill it with water and put it in your freezer. After it freezes, peel back the paper edge and have another person apply the ice treatment to your low back or neck for 5 minutes at a time. Next, the Home Remedy Book features several customized stretches that can actually relieve pain symptoms — including some disc-related problems.
Remember, drugs only mask symptoms, they do not cure anything. The only way to prevent a recurrence is to change the physiology of the back by using stretches that make the back stronger, more flexible and more resistant to future strain.
The other key part of the Home Remedy manual is to show the two correct ways to lift an object off the ground, because lifting is one of the main causes of back pain. Click HERE to more information on how to lift without hurting your back.
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Maahir Haque, MD is recognized as a leader in the field of minimally invasive spine surgery. At Spine Group Orlando, Dr. Maahir Haque also provides second opinions for spine surgery and MRI reviews for those with back pain and neck pain. Dr. Haque emphasizes non-surgical options for back pain and neck pain where possible. This can include accessing a back pain specialist with expertise in pain-relieving spinal injections and spine therapists. Spine therapy can include back stretches that can be a future home remedy for back pain or neck pain. If spine surgery is necessary because of a herniated disc, spinal fracture, or spinal stenosis, Dr. Maahir Haque operates through tubular retractors that reduce the size of the incision, lessen blood loss, reduce time in the hospital, speed return to activity with a less painful recovery. This spine surgery expertise enables many patients to have outpatient spine surgery and be home the same day. Spine Group Orlando and Dr. Maahir Haque provides artificial disc replacement in the neck using the Mobi-C disc implant, the first FDA-approved disc for multiple levels in the neck. Prodisc-C is also used for artificial disc replacement in the cervical spine. Dr. Hacque is also one of the few spine surgeons in Orlando, Florida to provide lumbar artificial disc replacement using the Prodisc-L artificial disc. Dr. Hacque is also referred patients from across Orlando and north central Florida for artificial disc replacement surgery as an alternative to spinal fusion. Accordingly, Dr. Haque's patients travel from across north central Florida, including: Orlando; Jacksonville; Tallahassee; Lakeland; Gainesville; Tampa; Daytona Beach; and Cocoa Beach. The spine center, as a destination for medical tourism for some international patients from Mexico and the Caribbean, can provide recommendations to out-of-town patients on nearby hotels and tourist attractions.