Grand Rapids, West Michigan, United States – /PressCable/ —
Back pain is truly a hard case to settle with, its common for people who have hard workloads and have to work all day. Blue collar workers, especially factory workers, painters and workers who perform manual labor, experience a lot of stress on the lower back, which leads to tremendous pain that leads to popping medication to get through the day.
Back pain is a common experience for many. This condition is also doubled because of some accident or naturally, due to old age. Nonsurgical treatments such as anti inflammatory medication, gentle massage and physical therapy can definitely help in improving the back. When conservative treatments don't help, back surgery may offer relief. Often conservative treatment like pain relief medication, massage, and physical therapy can provide relief. However, there are times when surgery is the only way to treat spinal issues. If someone has degenerative disk disease development of pain in a disk as a result of its normal wear and tear, spondylosis general wear and tear causing cartilage to breakdown, eventually developing bone spurs on the spine; surgery can definitely help. Surgery can help on the nerve damage. It is the forward slippage of a segment of the spine. Sustaining an injury to the spine, doctors may suggest that the affected areas be fused together. This may require the use of bone grafts, screws, rods, or metal plates. On the other hand, broken bones (fractured vertebrae) or other damage to the spinal column from an injury that leaving spine unstable, spine surgery may be required.gery, when physiotherapy and drugs fail. But surgery also often doesn't work; in fact, that there's a clinical term for failure: Failed Back Surgery Syndrome! Perhaps this should be something surgeons suffer? but sadly it refers to back pain…
No more suffering from off-and-on pain. No more wasting money on therapists who will not give long-term results. No more drowning in medication, hoping to achieve a free back pain life.
Learn more about Dr. Koldenhoven and his practice through his website – www.grandrapidsbackpainspecialists.com/free-tips – and give a call at (616) 532-2518 to set up a free consultation.
Name: Grand Rapids Back Pain Specialist
Organization: 21 Handshake
Address: Grands Rapids, West Michigan
Release ID: 58904