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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Direct roentgenograms are the first imaging technique to be preferred in patients who suffer from low back pain (4).
Non-specific mechanical low back pain forms a major subgroup of LBP.
One is the "Low Back Pain Pilot Project," which is nearly halfway through a two-year experiment - supported by most of the major health insurance companies in the state - to allow people who experience low back pain to go immediately and directly to physical therapists without visiting a primary care physician first for a checkup or referral.
Most mechanical low back pain is self-limited and resolves within 4 weeks.
For the majority of people with low back pain, the specific cause is unclear, he said, but there are certain factors that seem to put people at risk of having low back pain.
Responder rates (greater than or equal to 50% pain reduction) at 12 months post-implant for the Precision Spectra System were 72% for overall pain, 82% in leg pain only patients and 71% in low back pain only patients.
In most cases you can treat low back pain yourself with over-thecounter anti-inflammatory drugs and a hot water bottle.
Mainstay is a medical device company which is developing an innovative implantable neurostimulation medical device, ReActiv8, for people with debilitating Chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP).
It was also revealed that the relevant factors deemed to be linked to low back pain were jobs involving lifting, forceful movement, awkward positions and vibration.
A double-blinded randomised controlled study of the value of sequential intravenous and oral magnesium therapy in patients with chronic low back pain with a neuropathic component.
Chronic low back pain is one of the most common reasons that people seek medical treatment, and the consequent disability creates a great financial burden on individuals and society.