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  1. Low Back Pain Covers the causes and symptoms of lowbackpain. Looks at treatment with rest, over-the-counter pain medicine, and heating pads. Includes steps to prevent lowbackpain from returning, such as practicing good posture and getting regular exercise.
  2. Back School for LowBackPain
  3. Evaluating LowBackPain
  4. Low Back Pain and Sex
  5. First Aid for LowBackPain
  6. Tests for LowBackPain Learn why X-rays, CT scans, and MRIs may not find the cause of your lowbackpain.
  7. Low Back Pain: Keep Moving Learn about activity and exercise to help reduce lowbackpain.
  8. Heat or Ice for LowBackPain Learn when and how to use ice and heat to relieve lowbackpain.
  9. Anticonvulsants for Chronic LowBackPain Covers anticonvulsants to treat chronic lowbackpain. Lists generic and brand names such as carbamazepine (Tegretol) and gabapentin (Neurontin). Includes why they are used and how well they work. Looks at possible side effects.
  10. Acetaminophen for LowBackPain
  11. Discography for LowBackPain
  12. Prolotherapy for LowBackPain
  13. Low Back Pain: Easing Back Into Your Daily Activities
  14. Low Back Pain: Keeping It From Coming Back Learn easy ways to help prevent the return of lowbackpain.
  15. Opioid Pain Relievers for LowBackPain Covers opioid pain relievers, also called opiates or narcotics, to treat lowbackpain. Lists generic and brand names such as codeine (Tylenol 3) and hydrocodone (Vicodin). Looks at why they are used and how well they work. Includes possible side effects.
  16. Low Back Pain: Exercises to Reduce Pain Covers exercises that may help reduce or prevent lowbackpain. Includes aerobic, strengthening, and stretching exercises. Looks at why it is important to exercise for lowbackpain. Includes tips on how to do the exercises.
  17. Straight-Leg Test for Evaluating LowBackPain
  18. Use Heat or Ice to Relieve LowBackPain
  19. Comprehensive Rehabilitation Programs for LowBackPain
  20. History and Physical Exam for LowBackPain Covers what your doctor will ask and do to check for lowbackpain. Includes questions about your past health. Explains what is included in a physical exam. Looks at why it is done and possible results.
  21. Tricyclic and Tetracyclic Antidepressants for LowBackPain Covers use of tricyclic and tetracyclic antidepressant medicines to treat lowbackpain. Includes generic and brand names such as amitriptyline and maprotiline. Explains how well they work and possible side effects.
  22. Anesthetic or Corticosteroid Injections for LowBackPain Covers injecting local anesthetic, either alone or combined with a corticosteroid, to treat lowbackpain. Includes trigger point, facet joint, and epidural injections. Looks at why they are used and how well they work. Includes possible side effects.
  23. Chronic LowBackPain: Time for Something New Think about what you've tried for backpain and what you might consider now.
  24. Getting Support When You Have LowBackPain
  25. Low Back Pain: Should I Have Spinal Manipulation? Guides you through decision to have spinal manipulation. Describes treatment and how well it works for lowbackpain. Lists benefits and risks of both spinal manipulation and home treatment. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  26. Botulinum (Botox) Injection for LowBackPain
  27. Intradiscal Electrothermal Therapy (IDET) for LowBackPain Covers intradiscal electrothermal therapy (IDET) to treat spinal disc-related chronic lowbackpain. Explains why it is done and what to expect after surgery. Includes how well it works. Looks at possible risks.
  28. Low Back Pain: Should I Have an MRI? Guides through the decision to have magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for lowbackpain. Discusses the problems an MRI can find and why it may not show the source of pain. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  29. Physical Therapy for BackPain
  30. Low Back Pain: Should I Try Epidural Steroid Shots? Guides you through the decision to use epidural corticosteroid shots to relieve backpain. Explains risks and benefits of epidural steroid shots. Compares steroid shots with other treatment for backpain.
  31. Back and Neck Pain Includes links to info on back and neck pain. Also includes links to info on drugs used to treat back and neck pain, and guides to help you decide among treatment options.
  32. Interactive Tool: Should I Consider Surgery for My LowBack Problem? Asks questions that help you find out if your lowback problem might be helped by surgery. Results help you talk with your doctor about backpain or other symptoms like leg pain. Helps you talk with your doctor about surgery and other treatment options.
  33. Lumbar Spinal Fusion (Arthrodesis) Covers a surgical procedure that joins, or fuses, two or more vertebrae to treat lowbackpain. Looks at why it is done and what to expect after surgery. Includes how well it works and possible risks.
  34. Acupuncture and Massage for BackPain Learn about acupuncture and massage for lowbackpain.
  35. Back Problems: Proper Lifting Lists common lifting mistakes. Offers basic rules to protect your back when lifting. Includes links to pictures on proper lifting technique and more extensive info on lowbackpain and herniated disc.
  36. Chronic Pain Discusses chronic pain caused by problems other than cancer. Covers symptoms and how chronic pain is diagnosed. Covers conditions that can be treated, like neck pain, lowbackpain, and arthritis. Info on treatment with medicine and lifestyle changes.
  37. Muscle Relaxants Looks at muscle relaxant drugs to treat lowbackpain. Includes generic and brand names such as carisoprodol (Soma) and metaxalone (Skelaxin). Covers why they are used and how well they work. Includes info on possible side effects.
  38. Back Pain: Getting In and Out of Bed Learn easy ways to protect your back when you get in and out of bed and while you sleep.
  39. Back Pain: Strengthening Your Core Learn how being active builds a strong core and keeps your back healthy.
  40. Back Pain: Have a Maintenance Plan Learn simple ways to keep your back healthy.
  41. Rehabilitation Programs for LowBack Problems
  42. Pain Management Provides links to information on pain management. Includes links on chronic pain, lowbackpain, and opioids.
  43. Pregnancy: Dealing With BackPain Learn how to protect your back and relieve pain during pregnancy.
  44. Back Pain During Pregnancy
  45. Pregnancy: Belly, Pelvic, and BackPain
  46. Bones, Joints, and Muscles Has info on finger, hand, and wrist problems as well as shoulder injuries. Also has info on osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia with links to lowbackpain exercises and info on tennis elbow surgery.
  47. Nerve Function Tests for Evaluating LowBack Problems
  48. Patty's Story: Using Positive Thinking to Help BackPain
  49. Ravi's Story: Coping With BackPain and Depression
  50. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) of the Spine
  51. Proper Sitting and Lifting for a Healthy Back Learn how to sit and lift correctly to keep your back healthy.
  52. Back Problems and Injuries
  53. Expert: Be Active to Help Your Back Heal
  54. Back to Work?
  55. Lumbar Spondylosis
  56. Proper Sitting for a Healthy Back
  57. Proper Back Posture (Neutral Spine)
  58. Lumbar Herniated Disc: Should I Have Surgery? Guides you through the decision to have surgery for a herniated disc in the lowback. Describes the types of surgery available, as well as nonsurgical treatment. Lists the benefits and risks of both types of treatment. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  59. Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
  60. Aspirin for Pain, Fever, and Inflammation
  61. Jack's Story: Will I Need Surgery?
  62. Lorna's Story: There's No Fast Cure
  63. Cathy's Story: Dealing With Stress
  64. Robert's Story: Getting and Staying Active
  65. Quick Tips: Using Backpacks Safely
  66. Decompressive Laminectomy for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Discusses decompressive laminectomy, the most common type of surgery to treat lumbar spinal stenosis. Looks at how surgery may reduce pressure on nerve roots to relieve pain. Covers risks.
  67. How Common Is Lumbar Spinal Stenosis?
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  69. aspirin (rectal)
  70. Other Conditions With Symptoms Similar to Spinal Stenosis
  71. Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: Should I Have Surgery? Guides you through treatment choices for lumbar spinal stenosis. Covers tests used to diagnose and guide treatment. Discusses treatment with medicines, lifestyle changes, physical therapy, or surgery. Includes interactive tool to help you make your decision.
  72. Aspirin and Antiplatelets for Coronary Artery Disease Looks at antiplatelets, including aspirin, to prevent heart attack. Lists who should and shouldn't take it. Includes dosage, benefits, and side effects. Includes how to take it during heart attack.
  73. Aspirin to Prevent Heart Attack and Stroke Discusses taking aspirin to prevent a first and second heart attack for people who have coronary artery disease. Covers aspirin therapy to help lower risk of a stroke. Discusses if aspirin therapy is for you. Looks at things to avoid while taking aspirin.

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