How to Relieve Back Pain Without Surgery: 5 Non-Surgical Ways To Treat Back Pain

Back pain is a common issue faced by most people due to various different reasons. Research suggests that 8 out of 10 people have to go through some kind of back pain during their lifetime. However, chronic back pain caused by spinal disorders can be a major problem, making it difficult to perform everyday tasks and live a normal life.

In such cases, many doctors recommend surgery to patients, which can be very expensive, full of risks and accompanied by a number of side effects. Hence, it’s important to consider non-surgical ways of treatment to relieve back pain without surgery. Keeping that in mind, we have come up with this highly informative blog on the common causes of chronic back pain and 5 non-surgical ways of treatment. Let’s begin!

Common Causes of Chronic Back Pain

Most of the time, chronic back pain is caused by age-related issues, but it can also be a result of spinal disorders or injury. The common causes of chronic back pain are:

  • Spinal Arthritis
  • Spinal Stenosis
  • Disc Issues, like a herniated/bulging disc
  • Myofascial Pain Syndrome (unknown muscle pain & tenderness)

5 Non-Surgical Ways To Treat Back Pain

Back pain can be treated without surgery through the following 5 non-surgical ways of treatment:

Correcting Posture

In today’s hectic corporate culture, desk jobs have become a primary reason for incorrect posture resulting in back pain. Hours of continuous sitting in front of the computer with the wrong posture is a common cause of back pain.
In such a scenario, using wearable devices that pull shoulders back in a gentle manner and provide a reminder of incorrect posture is one way of non-surgical treatment for back pain.

Exercise

Chronic back pain generally leads to people abandoning all types of physical activities and taking bed rest. However, a lack of physical activity and exercise can worsen the existing condition.
Studies have shown that exercises which bolster the back muscles can help decrease chronic back pain. Particularly speaking, strength training exercises along with aerobic & flexibility exercises can help manage back pain in many patients.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a common non-surgical treatment availed by a large number of patients worldwide who are suffering from back pain. It comprises massages, heat therapy, doing particular exercises and stretches, etc., to restore movement & function and help alleviate back pain.

Injection-based Treatments

Various types of injection-based treatment procedures are available for chronic back pain. This includes nerve blocks, nerve ablations, epidural steroid injections, etc. These injections can decrease back pain for a specific time period but are not recommended as long-term treatment procedures due to their side effects.
The different side effects of these injections include mild soreness/pain in the injection area, headache, nausea, vomiting and in some cases, infection or bleeding.

Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy

The most effective, painless & technologically advanced non-surgical treatment for back pain is the Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Therapy. Available for the 1st time in India through ANSSI, it’s a USA patented technology that has been proven to be very effective as per the USA Journal of Clinical Research.
It’s completely safe without any side effects or risks associated with surgery/anaesthesia. Additionally, it doesn’t require any medication or hospitalisation and has cured 2500+ people so far!

Conclusion

It’s important to note that 95% of neck, back & spine surgeries can be avoided with the help of alternative treatment methods. ANSSI through its Wellness Centre in Mulund, Mumbai is providing a proven & affordable non-surgical treatment for various spinal disorders that cause chronic back or neck pain:

  • Slipped Disc
  • Sciatica
  • Spondylosis
  • Disc Degeneration
  • Gap in Spine
Contact us to book a consultation at your nearest ANSSI Wellness Centre: 9004726844

FAQs

Yes, back pain can be cured without surgery with the help of alternative treatments like Non-Surgical Spinal
Decompression Therapy, Correcting Posture, Exercise, etc.

The most common treatment for developed countries is Spinal decompression Treatment which is available at more than
5000 centers However in India patients take a treatment based on pain level.

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