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Back Pain Conditions

Visit Dr. Halland for Back Pain Relief

Dr. Halland is an expert at low back pain relief, and can find options for you that are safe and effective. It is estimated that more than half the adult population complain about pain in their lower back. Back pain is a symptom that is experienced by the young and the very old.

Fortunately, the pain usually disappears for most individuals. However, a small group complain about lower back pain that lingers. They wonder how to treat lower back pain. This lower back pain makes it extremely difficult to carry on their normal daily activities.

  • Back pain injections

    Millions of people all over the world suffer from some type of back pain. In fact, back pain is one of the leading reasons that an individual may see a physician. When it comes to treating back pain there is a multitude of different treatment options. From conservative treatment such as physical therapy, all the way to surgery, the treatment spectrum is vast. However, in this article I will be discussing a specific type of treatment, injections for back pain. There are different types of back injections, and I will […]

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  • Potential Side Effects of Epidural Steroid Injections

    Epidural steroid injection side effects are rare, but should be looked out for nonetheless. Infection is a rare side effect, ocurring in less than one percent of all patients. A dural puncture can cause headaches that usually resolve themselves in a few days. Bleeding is a rare complication usually only occurring in patients with blood conditions. Nerve damage can be a result of infection, bleeding, or direct trauma from the needle itself. Although one could assume that one of the more risky epidural steroid injection side effects would be paralysis, […]

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  • Sciatica Treatment

    Sciatica is characterized by numbness, pain or tingling that results from an irritation of nerve roots connecting to the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve refers to the nerve roots that emanates from the spinal cord and runs all the way to the lower back. This nerve continues into the hips and then runs down into the legs, ankles and feet. In most cases, sciatica is caused by the rupturing or bulging of a spinal disc, which presses down against the roots of the nerve that go directly into the sciatic […]

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  • How to Treat Lower Back Pain

    It is estimated that more than half the adult population complain about pain in their lower back. Back pain is a symptom that is experienced by the young and the very old. Fortunately, the pain usually disappears for most individuals. However, a small group complain about lower back pain that lingers. They wonder how to treat lower back pain. This lower back pain makes it extremely difficult to carry on their normal daily activities. Let’s take a closer look. It is easy to diagnose lower back pain. Lower back pain […]

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  • Back Pain during Pregnancy

    Lower Back Pain In Pregnancy: Causes and Treatments While pregnancy should be one of the happiest times in a woman’s life, for some women the experience is much more painful than they ever thought. Some women enter into pregnancy knowing that they already have a back condition, while others seem to develop back problems as the pregnancy progresses. If the pain is only related to the pregnancy and the weight of the baby, the pain usually starts to occur around the fifth month. Back pain during pregnancy can be debilitating […]

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  • Upper Back Pain

    Although upper back pain is rare amongst most people, it is a medical condition that can cause a great amount of pain and discomfort. In general, upper back pain is rare because the longest part of the spine, from the base of the neck to the lower portion of the rib cage is not used for movement. Instead, this part of the spine is used to provide support for the body when standing, and to create a cavity to house the majority of the major internal organs. Most injuries occur […]

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  • Mid Back Pain

    Unlike the upper and lower back, the middle part of the back is structurally fairly simple, with fewer joints to worry about and less flexibility. Consequently, it doesn’t get exposed to the same kinds of stresses as the other parts of the back, but injuries do happen anyway, and mid back pain sufferers can have just as much difficulty finding relief. The degree of severity in cases of mid back pain can vary quite a bit. For some individuals, it might be totally disabling, while others may suffer chronic, somewhat […]

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  • How to Relieve Sciatica Pain

    To Anyone suffering from sciatica pain is probably also trying to figure out how to relieve sciatica pain. It can be done, but one first needs to properly understand the condition. Basically, sciatica pain results from stress to a nerve which runs from the back down to the buttocks, and from there down to the leg and calf. The most important thing to keep in mind is that sciatica pain is actually a symptom, rather than a condition in and of itself. One can think of it as similar to […]

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  • Sciatica Pain: Common Symptoms and Treatments

    Sciatica is pain that involves the sciatic nerve. This large nerve runs from the lower back through the hips and buttocks and down the back of the legs. Sciatica pain radiates along this path, but it usually affects only one side of the body. Sciatica is usually caused by irritation – usually a bone spur or ruptured disc – in the lumbar region of the spine. Other common causes of sciatica include lumbar spinal stenosis, degenerative disc disease and spondylolisthesis. Pregnancy and overweight can cause back pain that makes sciatica […]

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