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A wide range of medications are used to treat chronic back pain. Some are available over the counter. Others require a doctor's prescription. The following are the main types of medications used for back pain.
When back pain becomes chronic or when medications and other conventional therapies do not relieve it, many people try complementary and alternative treatments. Although such therapies won't cure diseases or repair the injuries that cause pain, some people find them useful for managing or relieving pain. Following are some of the most commonly used complementary therapies.
Although exercise is usually not advisable for acute back pain, proper exercise can hel
p ease chronic pain and perhaps reduce the risk of it returning. The following four types of exercise are important to general physical fitness and may be helpful for certain specific causes of back pain.
When medications and other nonsurgical treatments fail to relieve chronic back pain, doctors may recommend injections for pain relief. Following are some of the most commonly used injections.
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