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Opioids treatment for Lower Back Pain17

Opioids

Opioids are painkillers that treat moderate to severe pain. They work by reducing the pain signals sent to the brain. Examples are Codeine, Fentanyl, Morphine, and Oxycodone.Opioids are painkillers that treat moderate to severe pain. They work by reducing the pain signals sent to the brain. Examples are Codeine, Fentanyl, Morphine, and Oxycodone.

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Pilates treatment for Lower Back Pain38

Pilates

Pilates exercises strengthen core support for the back, teach good alignment, and provide gentle stretches.Pilates exercises strengthen core support for the back, teach good alignment, and provide gentle stretches.

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Medical Marijuana treatment for Lower Back Pain39

Medical Marijuana

Medical marijuana is a non-invasive treatment that aids in relieving chronic pain like degenerative disc diseases. It often helps patients improve their sleep, reduce their anxiety or stress as well as a reduce discomfort.Medical marijuana is a non-invasive treatment that aids in relieving chronic pain like degenerative disc diseases. It often helps patients improve their sleep, reduce their anxiety or stress as well as a reduce discomfort.

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Alexander Technique for Lower Back Pain
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Alexander Technique

The Alexander Technique is studied in order to relieve pain by learning proper coordination. Benefits include improved posture, pain relief, and the ability to cope better with stress.The Alexander Technique is studied in order to relieve pain by learning proper coordination. Benefits include improved posture, pain relief, and the ability to cope better with stress.

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy treatment for Lower Back Pain44

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

The perception of pain is in your brain, so you can affect physical pain by addressing thoughts and behaviors that fuel it,The perception of pain is in your brain, so you can affect physical pain by addressing thoughts and behaviors that fuel it,

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