non surgical backpain treatment

Choose the best non-surgical back pain treatment in Chennai

All roads to back pain relief do not lead to surgery. While in some cases it is inevitable to go in for surgery, in many instances, surgery can be avoided. Reputed multi specialty centres offering non-surgical back pain treatment in Chennai recommend this to patients where this option is expected to have good results.

Some of the common methods of non-surgical back pain treatment in Chennai are

  • Physiotherapy
  • Medications
  • Chiropractic care
  • Epidural injections

Physiotherapy as a non-surgical option

Ojas Ortho has an army of well trained physiotherapists who, in consultation with ortho specialists, help the patients in certain exercises. Other non-surgical treatments such as ultrasound, electrical stimulation, massage, spinal manipulation, heat, hydrotherapy etc help the patient to stretch, strengthen and condition the musculoskeletal system.

Prescription medications help give relief to patients

Medications are basically intended to offer relief from pain. Generally belonging to the category of Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs, these drugs mitigate the pain and inflammation of the spine. Our specialists, well experienced to offer non-surgical back pain treatment in Chennai prescribe medications after a careful diagnosis of the nature of the ailment and condition of the patient.

Chiropractic Care for pain relief

Relying on spinal adjustments through massages, vitamins and electrical therapies, a Chiropractor would attempt to get the spine in the right shape. The whole idea of chiropractic care is to relieve pain by reducing the additional pressure on the spinal nerves. Often done, based on the advice of specialists, Chiropractic care is effective in some cases to a certain extent.

Epidural Injections on the spine are a great way to relieve pain

In some cases, epidural injections serve as a non-surgical back pain treatment in Chennai. But in most of the instances they are generally used to create a period that acts as a window. During this period, the specialist attempts to get the back healed through other interventions.