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Musculoskeletal—Backache

Backache or Lumbago and Sciatic Pain can take a real toll on your life and the way you feel. It is a condition that affects over 95% of the population at one time or the other. Next to common cold, it remains the most common reason why people seek medical help. Studies have revealed that back pain is the single most reason cited by employees for taking maximum number of 'sick leaves'.

Pain in the back anywhere below the ribs and above the hips is called low back pain. The pain may be present in the center of the back or along the spine. Many people who experience low back pain do not visit a doctor, since it usually resolves on its own. They may suffer from dull aches to sharp pains or even numbness; the pain may linger on for a day or two before it gradually subsides. In many cases, it keeps recurring in varying intensity.

More on musculoskeletal related ailment ‘Cervical Spondylitis’.

Cervical Spondylitis - Overview

The person who coined the term ‘Pain in the neck’ must have surely experienced how annoying and troublesome neck pain can be and may be this is why he assigned it to people or tasks that cause trouble.

Affirming the same, statistics actually show that Cervical Spondylitis is indeed the commonest cause of neck pain in people above the age of 55 years! It goes without saying that this condition is mainly caused by age-related changes due to wear and tear that occur in the backbone (vertebrae) of the neck region.

Homeopathy can offer significant pain relief as well as good control of the other symptoms associated with this condition. At Dr. Batra's, our experience and expertise in treating this condition for the past 35 years has helped us to give good results in most cases. The holistic treatment at Dr. Batra's has helped many patients to achieve good pain control and lead a better quality of life.

Read more on musculoskeletal related ailments ‘Ankylosing Spondylitis’, ‘Osteoarthritis’ and ‘Rheumatoid Arthritis’.

Cervical Spondylitis