lumbago

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lumbago

pain in the lower back; backache affecting the lumbar region

lumbago

[‚ləm′bā‚gō]
(medicine)
Backache in the lumbar or lumbosacral region.
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Studies evaluating acetaminophen use for low back pain showed no benefit over placebo.
Many researchers stated that one of the hallmark characteristics of non-specific chronic low back pain is the weakness of the spinal musclar chain (Ito et al.
I My personal favorite treatment for chronic low back pain is walking.
In 2007, Chou, et al, conducted a systematic review to help the American Pain Society and the American College of Physicians prepare a clinical practice guideline; they concluded that spinal manipulation was the most effective non-pharmacological treatment for acute and chronic low back pain.
Low back pain in school-age children: risk factors, clinical features and diagnostic managment.
Given the lack of literature regarding the association between low back pain and depressive and somatization symptoms in an emerging Canadian adult population, the purpose of the present study was to investigate these associations in a sample of first year students at a Canadian university.
org/aim/article/2603228/noninvasive-treatments-acute-subacute-chronic-low-back-pain-clinical-practice) new guidelines from the American College of Physicians (ACP), which present clinical recommendations on noninvasive ways to treat low back pain.
With chronic low back pain being a common presentation in clinical practice, awareness of evidence-based practice and recommendations are essential.
They define acute low back pain as lasting less than 4 weeks, subacute low back pain as lasting 4-12 weeks, and chronic low back pain as lasting more than 12 weeks.
They recommended considering nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or skeletal muscle relaxants for patients who want medications for acute or subacute low back pain.
Research recommends four self-care methods of treatment to relieve low back pain.