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In pain? Try this and get your life back

Unfortunately, I know from experience that there’s not much worse in the pain department than excruciating, debilitating back pain.
And, honestly, I’ve gotten off easy…

Some of the men I work with through our courses have even worse pain than what I deal with. It can be LIFE-ALTERING.

Back pain can keep you from working… It can keep you from living your regular everyday life.. And it can make you miserable.

While there are many treatment options for back pain, not all of them work for everybody.

Traditionally, conservative approaches to back pain usually involve over-the-counter pain meds, cortisone injections, and sometimes physical therapy.

Many people also choose to seek chiropractic treatment for back pain.

And in the worst-case scenarios, surgery is often recommended.

All of these approaches can work some of the time.

But pain meds and cortisone injections come with their own set of side effects – including ED (believe it or not), stomach problems, and weight gain.

And maybe the back pain treatment you’ve tried hasn’t worked anyway (side effects or not).

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Before you move on to invasive surgery, though, you might want to consider pulsed radiofrequency (pRF) treatments

What is pulsed radiofrequency?

Pulsed radiofrequency is a technique that uses a thin probe (similar to a needle) to deliver pulsed radio waves directly to the nerve root.

This can eliminate the pain by treating the nerves that are causing the pain.

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One of the best things about pulsed radiofrequency is that it’s minimally invasive and extremely effective to relieve acute lower back pain without meds.

Here’s how it works:

“…a minimally invasive procedure in which pulses of energy from a probe are applied directly to nerve roots near the spine is safe and effective in people with acute lower back pain that has not responded to conservative treatment.”

They usually insert the probe under the guidance of imaging technology – usually a CT scan.

That way the doctor can get it in exactly the right place.

Why does this technique work?

Pulsed radiofrequency reduces inflammation.

One reason why this works so well is because pulsed radiofrequency can reduce the root cause of most pain – inflammation.

And, remarkably, it combats inflammation without the use of drugs.

“Pulsed radiofrequency creates a nerve modulation, significantly reducing inflammation and its associated symptoms.”

In this study, the researchers compared the results of pulsed radiofrequency therapy against steroid injection therapy.

And pulsed radiofrequency therapy came out the clear winner.

“The one-year outcomes demonstrated that CT-guided pRF (pulsed radiofrequency) was superior to the injection-only strategy. Patients who received pRF saw greater overall improvement in pain and disability scores during the first year. Relief of leg pain was faster in patients assigned to pRF, and they also reported a faster rate of perceived recovery.”

And, unlike cortisone injections, most people only needed one session to get results.

That’s great news, because back pain can be incredibly persistent and hard to get over.

“Of the different therapies available, pulsed radiofrequency is among the least invasive… Treatment lasts 10 minutes, and one session was enough in a large number of treated patients.”

As you might know, I’m not a big fan of injecting any kind of steroids into my body.

And I try to avoid surgery (and recommend being very careful about surgery).

That’s why I think that this therapy is so exciting.

It’s minimally invasive, involves no drugs, and it gets great results.

Pulsed radiofrequency therapy needs to be done by a skilled practitioner…

You want the person who is treating your nerves to know what they’re doing.

Other ways to treat back pain without Big Pharma

If you don’t want to get a probe stuck into your back to relieve back pain, I can understand that.

“Cold surge” machine

One of the best completely non-invasive and non-surgical ways I’ve come across recently to treat persistent pain is called a “cold surge” machine.

These machines recirculate cold water through a hose and pad and are fantastic for treating back pain with cold therapy.

Exercise

Another great way to treat back pain is exercise.

This sounds counterintuitive… But when you strengthen your core, it often decreases back pain.

Living with chronic pain can be difficult, but finding the proper treatment really can help.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.

Pulsed radiofrequency relieves acute back pain and sciatica

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/11/181127092604.htm

Pulsed Radiofrequency for Chronic Pain

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2913603/