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Lorela1
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I could really use some help.
My brother-in-law who is in his middle 30is, has some annoying back pains he cannot control. Been to the doctor couple of times, and they can't figure out why it hurts. We also tried massaging the area, but with no results.
Any helpful suggestions?

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Nick Goodall
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Personally I'd highly recommend seeing a bowen therapist, they seem to know a lot more than doctors do about random pains, as they take a much more holistic approach.

I've heard countless stories of doctors, chiropractors and physios who've been unable to solve an issue, but bowen did the trick, so go check it out!

Nick 🙂

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hom
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Hi, perhaps he would consider some complementary therapy.Not to belittle his pain but back pain is such a common problem and I would think many therapists would have experience of treating people with this problem, regardless of the original cause.
I'm a homeopath so would naturally recommend homeopathy but I think it's important that he chooses something he feels he can relate to and finds a well qualified practitioner. HTH Hom

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KajsaPalssonQT
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Quantum-Touch

Hi Lorela,

My back pain of 10 years was alleviated within one or two sessions of Quantum-Touch. It's a relatively new but incredibly effective healing modality. Reiki masters call it "turbo-charged reiki".

After my miraculous healing I went and learnt it for myself and am now a certified practitioner.

you can find a local healer at the quantumtouch.com directory.

All the best for you and your brother -- I know how awful and tiring back pain can be!

Kajsa

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sarahjohnson
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Hi,
Back pain may be a common issue nowadays but getting regular pain on a particular area is not good. If he is getting pain in the lower back there may be sacroiliac joint damage or any sort of tear. It will diagnose better if you tell what are the medications the doctor prescribed them.

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MikeAnderson
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Back Pain – A condition where patient feels pain in the back muscles, bones and joints of spine. Causes, symptoms and treatment of back pain.


Back Pain

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Rachel Moron
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Back pain symptoms

Back pain comes in many forms, from lower back pain, middle back pain, or upper back pain to low back pain with sciatica. Common back pain causes include nerve and muscular problems, degenerative disc disease, and arthritis. Many people find relief from symptoms of back pain with physiotherapy and painkillers. Pain effect can be constant or sudden, mild or debilitating. However, it is very rare that back pain can indicate a more serious problem. You can apply home remedies for lower back pain.But If you read experts blog at Superdrugsaver.com provide information to stay active and doing regular exercise are most common thing that helps people with back pain. If your back pain is making daily activities difficult, such as dressing, washing and driving. Solution is an occupational therapy, it may recommend aids or gadgets that will help you or suggest different ways of doing things to reduce the strain.You better take advice from your doctor for proper back pain treatment with medication to avoid risk.

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Mtbw
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I could really use some help.
My brother-in-law who is in his middle 30is, has some annoying back pains he cannot control. Been to the doctor couple of times, and they can't figure out why it hurts. We also tried massaging the area, but with no results.
Any helpful suggestions?

There are only limited evidence that massage helps. If only for very short pain relief.

1. You need to understand nature of his pain (comes from muscles, tissue, bones, facets, neural, from internal organs, processes, etc). More or less educated therapist will be able make tests and differentiate all this types relatively quickly. Also check myotomes and dermatomes, especially if symptomatic is presented.
2. You need to check alignment of his body (from foot to the head). This is also relatively quickly
3. With lover back you also need to check his sacrum (define if it is r-on-r, l-on-l or r-on-l or l-on r). Also to check legs discrepancy (incl anatomical or physiological). Also assess ilium and then sij. If sacral torsion or nutation abnormalities are presented then l5 and ps will be affected automatically.
4. After this you will know who to do exactly.

But be aware, there are very very many causes of lbp.... there are some emergency cases like all types of cauda equina....

My best advice is to visit gp or chiro or osteo for proper assessment and treatment.

If you have any problems or changes in bowel function or night pain then immediately inform your dr. It can be a big emergency.

In any way, without history and proper assessment no one can give you any valid suggestions. Go to dr!

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