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Back Pain Treatments — What Works and What Doesn’t

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  • Mechanical low-back pain, typically triggered by injury or strain, is best managed by controlling inflammation and engaging in a variety of exercises to restore range of motion, and improve strength
  • Movement appears to be the most effective strategy to address most forms of back pain. Simply standing up as much as possible each day may improve back pain
  • A wide variety of pain-relieving tools are reviewed, including helpful exercises and stretches, pain-relieving herbs and supplements, physical therapies, and various mind-body techniques

By Dr. Mercola

Back pain is perhaps one of the most common health complaints across the globe. Worldwide, 1 in 10 people suffer from lower back pain, and it's the No. 1 cause of job disability.


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