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Back pain? Use this cheap natural remedy

Hey, Matt Cook here, and pain exists in the brain.

Often pain is triggered by something affecting the nerves in various parts of the body – the signal is sent to the brain where we experience it as pain.

But wires can be crossed – sometimes we experience pain when there is no real injury.

Other times we experience excruciating pain when there are only minor problems in the area in question.

This type of chronic pain is a major problem for many people, and one of the areas most affected is the back.

Researchers have shown that it is possible to reduce sensations of chronic back pain in people where the cause is unknown.

Researchers can do this simply through pain reprocessing therapy – something which can be done over the phone or Internet.

No treatments, no surgery, no procedure at all – it’s all mental reprocessing.

And the researchers also showed that this mental pain reprocessing rewires the brain.

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The human research was carried out at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York. This paper was published in JAMA Psychiatry.

“Chronic back pain is a leading cause of disability, and treatment is often ineffective.”

In truth it’s worse than this because many people understandably end up taking some pretty hardcore treatments to deal with chronic and ever-present severe pain.

These treatments work well for a while…

….but then their efficacy wears off and the person is left with side effects and often a very severe addiction. Pain is often worse.

One of the problems is that many of these cases of chronic back pain are undiagnosed.

This is because a cause of pain (peripheral etiology) cannot be found.

“Approximately 85% of cases are primary chronic back pain, for which peripheral etiology cannot be identified, and maintenance factors include fear, avoidance, and beliefs that pain indicates injury.”

The researchers wondered whether psychological methods used to reframe pain could alter the experience and, over time, reduce pain by altering the brain.

“We test whether a psychological treatment (pain reprocessing therapy) provides substantial and durable pain relief from primary chronic back pain and we investigate treatment mechanisms.”

They carried out a randomized clinical trial using these methods, which included a high-tech brain scan before treatment, again a year later, and again year after that.

They worked with 3 groups of people.

One group received usual care.

Another group received the psychological pain reprocessing therapy.

And the final group went through a placebo procedure.

“The study compared pain reprocessing therapy with an open-label placebo treatment and with usual care in a community sample.”

The treatment consisted of 9 telehealth sessions.

There was an initial examination with a doctor and then 8 psychological sessions over the next month.

The goal was to make people understand that their unexplainable pain was due to brain activity rather than a serious injury as the sensations seemed to suggest.

“Treatment aimed to help patients reconceptualize their pain as due to nondangerous brain activity rather than peripheral tissue injury.”

The treatment was assessed by means of pain scores.

The participants would grade their pain every day between 0 and 10 for one week. The scores would then be averaged over that week.

This was done multiple times in order to see if there were any changes to pain scores as a result of the treatment.

Average pain was about 4 out of 10 at the outset.

“At baseline, 151 adults reported mean pain of low to moderate severity 4.1 of 10; mean disability, 23 of 100.”

Pain dropped by 3 out of 10 after treatment with pain reprocessing therapy.

Those participants started with an average pain score around 4, which was reduced down to about 1.2.

Pain was reduced by more than two-thirds!

There was a reduction in pain in the other 2 groups, but it was nowhere near as significant.

Posttreatment mean pain score was 1.1 in the pain reprocessing therapy group, 2.8 in the placebo group, and 3.1 in the usual care group.”

Two-thirds of the participants undergoing pain reprocessing therapy had complete or near complete remission of the chronic back pain after treatment.

“66% or participants randomized to pain reprocessing therapy were pain-free or nearly pain-free at posttreatment.”

That figure was 1 in 5 for placebo and 1 in 10 for those who underwent usual care.

“Compared with 20% randomized to placebo and 5 of 50 participants 10% randomized to usual care.”

One year later and pain scores had not changed significantly in any of the groups.

The brain scans revealed significant changes in brain activity.

The pain reprocessing therapy seems to have rewired the brain to turn down that chronic pain.

“Longitudinal fMRI showed reduced responses to evoked back pain in the anterior midcingulate and the anterior prefrontal cortex for pain reprocessing therapy vs placebo.”

There are a number of solutions for chronic pain which are far better than pain medications – solutions which work surprisingly well for a majority of people.

Properly reframing pain without injury can do wonders for chronic back pain.

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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.
Effect of Pain Reprocessing Therapy vs Placebo and Usual Care for Patients With Chronic Back Pain: A Randomized Clinical Trial