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Love it, love it and love it again! I have now purchased three: two for home and one for work. It is a very lightweight yet very sturdy device to give good support to my back in office chairs at home and workplace. I appreciate the fact that it allows the air to move around and prevents perspiration, which can be a problem with the more solid back support mechanisms…It gives just enough to be comfortable when there is movement. I have not found any problems with it fitting my chairs nor with any real sliding out of position, once I’m sitting where I need to be. I would recommend the Easy Posture Lumbar Back Support ( Mesh), especially to those on a limited budget.

A towel or small pillow. In many circumstances, a commercial lumbar back support is not necessary and a rolled up towel or small pillow may serve this function well. By rolling or folding a towel to the desired thickness, this support is placed wherever the user deems fit for the most comfort and support while sitting in an office chair.

Supports recovery from lower back problems, helps with most sitting pain due to sciatica, herniated discs, tailbone injuries, pregnancy back pain, hip pain, hemorrhoids and other spinal issues. Provid…

Most of the lower back is made up from muscles that attach to, and surround, the spine. The spine is made up of many bones called vertebrae. The vertebrae are roughly circular and between each vertebra is a disc. The discs between the vertebrae are a combination of a strong fibrous outer layer and a softer, gel-like centre. The discs act as shock absorbers and allow the spine to be flexible.

Most low back pain is acute, or short term, and lasts a few days to a few weeks. It tends to resolve on its own with self-care and there is no residual loss of function. The majority of acute low back pain is mechanical in nature, meaning that there is a disruption in the way the components of the back (the spine, muscle, intervertebral discs, and nerves) fit together and move.

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses a magnetic force instead of radiation to create a computer-generated image. Unlike x-ray, which shows only bony structures, MRI scans also produce images of soft tissues such as muscles, ligaments, tendons, and blood vessels. An MRI may be ordered if a problem such as infection, tumor, inflammation, disc herniation or rupture, or pressure on a nerve is suspected. MRI is a noninvasive way to identify a condition requiring prompt surgical treatment. However, in most instances, unless there are “red flags” in the history or physical exam, an MRI scan is not necessary during the early phases of low back pain.

However, once the pain has eased or gone it is common to have further bouts (recurrences) of pain from time to time in the future. Also, it is common to have minor pains on and off for quite some time after an initial bad bout of pain. In a small number of cases the pain persists for several months or longer. This is called chronic back pain.

Nucleoplasty, also called plasma disc decompression (PDD), is a type of laser surgery that uses radiofrequency energy to treat people with low back pain associated with mildly herniated discs. Under x-ray guidance, a needle is inserted into the disc. A plasma laser device is then inserted into the needle and the tip is heated to 40-70 degrees Celsius, creating a field that vaporizes the tissue in the disc, reducing its size and relieving pressure on the nerves. Several channels may be made depending on how tissue needs to be removed to decompress the disc and nerve root.

Jump up ^ Hendrick P, Milosavljevic S, Hale L, et al. (March 2011). The relationship between physical activity and low back pain outcomes: a systematic review of observational studies. Eur Spine J. 20 (3): 464–74. doi:10.1007/s00586-010-1616-2. PMC 3048226 . PMID 21053026.

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Jump up ^ Dubinsky, R. M.; Miyasaki, J. (2009). Assessment: Efficacy of transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation in the treatment of pain in neurologic disorders (an evidence-based review): Report of the Therapeutics and Technology Assessment Subcommittee of the American Academy of Neurology. Neurology. 74 (2): 173–6. doi:10.1212/WNL.0b013e3181c918fc. PMID 20042705.

How long back pain lasts depends on its cause. For example, if your pain is caused by strain from overexertion, symptoms usually subside over days or weeks and you may be able to return gradually to your normal activities. However, you should avoid heavy lifting, prolonged sitting or sudden bending or twisting until your back gets better.

Now you can kick back and relax anywhere with this comfortable and supportive Reading Pillow. The Brayden Studio Reading Pillow provides back and head support that is perfect for many activities such as reading, watching TV or playing video games. Stuffed with a super loft recycled polyester fiber fill, the reading pillows zippered slipcover is woven from Cotton twill. Hand wash slipcover with mild detergent and line dry.

My original inspiration for this tutorial was Dr. John Sarno’s 1984 book Mind over back pain. (His more recent Healing back pain makes too many empty promises. See my review.) However, as much as I respect Dr. Sarno’s early work, there are at least three reasons why this tutorial is better than his books: (1) I make a much more airtight case against the conventional medical myths of back pain than Dr. Sarno does; (2) I also build a much better case for the real causes of back pain, heavily referencing more credible sources than Dr. Sarno does; (3) and I offer many more practical suggestions than Dr. Sarno does, instead of focusing exclusively on the psychological factors. Although I have less experience and education than Dr. Sarno, I do have a lot more hands-on experience (and the useful perspective of a journalist). BACK TO TEXT

Another notable feature is the thin profile of the cushion at just 4.1 inches. This makes it our top recommendation for car seats as it provides necessary support without pushing you too forward and compromising your driving position, a common problem with most foam lumbar supports.

Though it can be tempting for people to put their feet up or lie in bed when back pain flares up, that’s actually the worst thing they can do, Maher said. Studies in dogs, sheep and pigs show that loading the joints and muscles in the back can speed tissue recovery after an injury, he said. 

Some people choose to see a therapist for manual therapy or acupuncture without seeing their GP first. If you want to do this you will usually need to pay for private treatment, which is likely to cost around £30-50 for each appointment.

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Behavioral therapy may be useful for chronic pain.[16] There are several types available, including operant conditioning, which uses reinforcement to reduce undesirable behaviors and increase desirable behaviors; cognitive behavioral therapy, which helps people identify and correct negative thinking and behavior; and respondent conditioning, which can modify an individual’s physiological response to pain. Medical providers may develop an integrated program of behavioral therapies.[17] The evidence is inconclusive as to whether mindfulness-based stress reduction reduces chronic back pain intensity or associated disability, although it suggests that it may be useful in improving the acceptance of existing pain.[89][90]

The ideal lumbar cushion for those who are always on the move, Vive’s inflatable support can be used in the car, at home or work, in airplanes, or at the stadium. It’s easy to inflate, and an integrated elastic strap ensures the cushion won’t slip out of place. Inflate or deflate as necessary to find your optimum firmness level. The cushion has a tear-resistant outer layer and includes a small travel bag for storing and transporting.

Discectomy or microdiscectomy may be recommended to remove a disc, in cases where it has herniated and presses on a nerve root or the spinal cord, which may cause intense and enduring pain. Microdiscectomy is similar to a conventional discectomy; however, this procedure involves removing the herniated disc through a much smaller incision in the back and a more rapid recovery. Laminectomy and discectomy are frequently performed together and the combination is one of the more common ways to remove pressure on a nerve root from a herniated disc or bone spur.

Structured exercise programme. This means a programme of exercise supervised by a professional such as a physiotherapist. This is likely to be in a group setting. Exercises may include aerobic activity, movement instruction, muscle strengthening, posture control and stretching. It typically consists of up to eight supervised sessions over 8-12 weeks with encouragement to keep on doing the exercises at home between sessions.

Ankylosing spondylitis: A chronic inflammatory disease that first affects the spine and nearby structures. As the disease progresses, vertebrae will fuse together. This disease has a strong hereditary (runs in the family) tendency and primarily affects men under 30 years of age.

Now you can kick back and relax anywhere, inside or out, with this comfortable and supportive Reading Pillow. The Majestic Home Goods Indoor/Outdoor Navy Blue French Quarter Reading Pillow provides back and head support that is perfect for many activities such as reading, working on your laptop or lounging with friends. Stuffed with a super loft recycled polyester fiber fill, the reading pillows zippered slipcover is woven from Outdoor Treated polyester and has up to 1000 hours of U.V….

Spondylolisthesis: Spondylolisthesis is the partial forward movement (dislocation) of one vertebra over the one below it. Usually, the fifth lumbar (low back) vertebra is dislocated over the first sacral (tail bone) vertebra.

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Continue your activities as much as you can tolerate. Try light activity, such as walking and activities of daily living. Stop activity that increases pain, but don’t avoid activity out of fear of pain. If home treatments aren’t working after several weeks, your doctor might suggest stronger medications or other therapies.

ComfiLife’s contoured memory foam cushion provides relief from back pain by maintaining the natural curvature of the lower spine. It’s made from high-density memory foam, with a breathable 3D mesh covering. Thanks to an elastic strap, it’s suitable for use in cars, office chairs, and recliners.

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Nerve studies (electromyography, or EMG). This test measures the electrical impulses produced by the nerves and the responses of your muscles. This test can confirm nerve compression caused by herniated disks or narrowing of your spinal canal (spinal stenosis).

Sure, sky-high stilettos are a no-no, but it turns out that flats can cause trouble, too. Sandals and flip-flops often provide little, if any, arch support. Continuous wear can lead to back, knee, and foot problems down the line, says Megan Tabor, a chiropractor at the Osher Clinical Center at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. But don’t worry: You needn’t settle for all function and no flair. Alternate styles throughout the week — from high to low, sneakers to sandals — and avoid wearing a particular pair every day. Shoes should fit properly and offer good arch and heel support, Tabor says. If you walk to work or the bus stop, wear shock-absorbing sneakers, then slip on cuter kicks once you get to the office. Your purse could also be to blame, especially if it’s huge and you’re lugging it on one shoulder. Try a tote with a wide, padded strap; carry it messenger style; and lighten the load. According to the American Chiropractic Association, your bag should weigh less than 10 percent of your body weight.

There is controversy and scientific uncertainty about trigger points. It’s undeniable that mammals suffer from sensitive spots in our soft tissues … but their nature remains unclear, and the “tiny cramp” theory could be wrong. The tiny cramp theory is formally known as the “expanded integrated hypothesis,” and it has been prominently criticized by Quintner et al (and not many others). However, it’s the mostly widely accepted explanation for now. BACK TO TEXT

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