2022-06-09 : ABR Hospital
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Neck and Back Pain:

Neck Pain and back pain conditions we might often experience some time in our lives, if your primary doctor's medication or care doesn’t help and if you see the pain frequently, it's high time you must consult a neurologist to know the cause behind the chronic back, joint and neck pain. As various medical conditions cause such discomforts to vertebrae, joints, knee, neck, and back, they are Osteoarthritis, spinal stenosis, isthmic spondylolisthesis, and sacroiliac joint dysfunction. Cervical Osteoarthritis, Cervical degenerative disc diseases, cervical herniated disc, cervical foraminal stenosis, and cervical stenosis with myelopathy.
ABR Neurologists treat such conditions by focussing on every single detail of the diagnosis. Some of the extensive treatments performed at ABR Hospitals for Neck Pain and Back Pain are Physical therapy, Medication (OTC pain relief), Massage therapy, and Acupuncture. Some of the therapeutic injections for acute neck pain are cervical epidural steroid injections, trigger point injections, Radiofrequency ablation (RFA), and Manual Manipulation. Neck and back pain can be from mild to severe. Based on this we need to be alert about approaching an expert. To normalize leading quality of life, one must not put these alarming signs aside.The symptoms related to neck and back pain will be in wide range causing extreme discomfort for even talking, walking, sleeping, or eating. If the pain persists it’s high time, you need to consult the Neurologists of the Best Neurology Hospital in Hyderabad.


Diagnosis and Causes of Neck and Back Pain :

Diagnosis of back and neck pain include some physical assessments, stress test, physical exam, X-rays, and MRI(Magnetic resonance imaging) to identify if there are any tissue damage, ligaments, or tumors. Also, blood tests to diagnose other injuries or even arthritis
Neck and back pain is caused due to several reasons, only a proper diagnosis can reveal the underlying problems, sometimes even after diagnosis the exact cause might not be known,however, in that case, the expert neurologist could help you with their experience and excellence in handling such unknown causes. Repeated and prolonged activities Extreme stress on the spine, muscles, and ligaments

Neck and Back Pain:

  • Physical Trauma, or mental trauma
  • Depression
  • Sprain
  • Muscle
  • Abnormal tumors
  • Aging
  • Obesity
  • Smoking
  • Arthritis
  • Fractures or Injury

Important Steps need to be taken to prevent and treat your neck and back pain by yourself:

  • Try to avoid taking excess alcohol, and quit smoking as soon as possible adopt a healthy lifestyle
  • Attend rehabilitation programs, counseling programs Pain management programs
  • Hot and cold packs whenever possible Anti-inflammatory and acupuncture
  • Gently move your body to reduce the stiffness Regular exercise is never a bad idea
  • Come out of the stressful situations, keep calm and meditate Indulge in physical activities
  • Make sure you take good amounts of calcium in your diet
  • Eat nutritious foods and hydrate your body frequently
  • Lift things only under expert supervision, don’t lift things that are too heavy
  • Make sure you maintain the right postures while you sit, walk and sleep
  • Keep your back straight all the time, especially when you work for long hours before the computer


Neck and back pain causes very discomfort and feels annoying just to wear and tear, sometimes the pain can be unexplained, for sure such situations need immediate health care to identify the cause of the chronic pain behind the neck and back disorders. Things
only could get worse, if you avoid treating the condition by experts, as they can diagnose, prevent, and treat the pain with therapies, medication, or surgeries. You must see the best neurologist if you are experiencing any or all of the symptoms mentioned below

  • Symptoms of Neck and Back Pain
  • Stabbing pain or sharp shooting pain
  • Acute pain in the back, even a burning sensation
  • Shoulder pain
  • headache
  • Bowel or bladder problems
  • disabling pain
  • severe chronic pain,
  • Stiffness and numbness
  • Weakness
  • Fever
  • Fatigue
  • Unable to balance the body
  • Tingling
  • Treatment and therapies:
  • Spinal Implantations
  • Vertebroplasty
  • Lumbar disk replacement
  • Minimally invasive spine surgery
  • Disk replacement
  • Stenosis
  • Rehabilitation



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