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SOURCE: Fine Treatment
A new ‘Steroid shots disappoint in back pain study’ article reveals injecting materials into an already cramped space might make the problem in the spine worse. To combat back pain effectively, Fine Treatment recommends Dr. Allen’s device for sciatica relief which, by improving blood circulation locally, reduces inflammation, i.e. the pain-causing pressure on the Sciatic nerve.
London, UK (PRWEB) March 15, 2013
A problem causing pain in the lower back usually surrounds the nerves coming out of the spine, the biggest of which is the Sciatic nerve. Medications are often ineffective, as they cannot reach this area easily, so steroid shots made directly into the spine have been introduced. However, a recent study has shown injections are unhelpful as well. The most viable solution for chronic back pain is Dr. Allen’s Device. It reduces sciatica and lower back pain naturally combatting the ailment at the capillary level, Fine treatment reveals.
“Steroid injections themselves might hamper healing in the long run. One possibility is that injecting the materials into an already cramped space in the spine might make the situation worse, once the initial pain-relieving effects of the steroids wear off,” explains lead researcher Dr. Kris Radcliff, a spine surgeon with the Rothman Institute at Thomas Jefferson University, in Philadelphia.
According to another recent article ‘Sciatica has many evaluation and treatment options,’ by Richard Day, Rocky Mountain Neurosurgery Center, of March 12, 2013, “Beginning upstream in the back, where the nerve roots exit the spine, arthritic changes to the spine can irritate the nerves by direct compression. They are particularly vulnerable in this area because the nerves exit the spine through small pencil-sized bony openings near the joints and adjacent to the lumbar discs.”
The discs are the elastic pads between the vertebra that allow for flexibility and can be damaged from trauma, or may just wear out over time. If the disc tears or ruptures, referred to as a disc herniation or “slipped disc,” irritation, compression and sometimes crushing nerve damage can occur. A bone spur in a similar location can cause comparable, but often less abrupt, problems.
As chronic lower back pain is caused by the processes in the spine, the most effective way to combat it is to direct the treatment to the affected tissue in the first place. Here you can watch a video on how easy it is to apply Dr. Allen’s Device as a lower spine treatment: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WwI1TvlXOs.
An article ‘Painkillers’ by Dr. Trisha Macnair, BBC Health, states: like all medicines, painkillers can have side effects. Aspirin and ibuprofen, if taken in high doses or for long lengths of time, can irritate the gut or damage the kidneys. Even Paracetamol, if taken in a very high dose, damages the liver. However, the greatest risk from opiates is addiction.
“The Thermobalancing therapy enabled by Dr. Allen’s Device relieves lower back pain within days by tackling its cause at the level of capillaries – tiny blood vessels present everywhere in the body,” says Dr. Simon Allen. “Dr. Allen’s therapeutic device must be applied directly over the affected area. It provides a highly effective back pain and sciatica relief, and helps to avoid harmful side-effects of steroid shots and addiction to painkillers.”
About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:
Dr. Simon Allen is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in the internal medicine. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders. Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr. Allen’s Devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, dissolving kidney stones, as well as back pain and sciatica relief.
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