Non-Surgical Treatment

Back pain is a one of the most common medical conditions and it is also one that is often not taken very seriously. However, one needs to understand that back pain is not a diagnosis in itself but a sign of an underlying problem that can take a turn for the worse if not treated properly and at the right time. There are different types of back pain and they can range from being constant or sudden, mild or debilitating. All these problems are different and therefore require different treatment.

It is true that back pain surgery is a common treatment for a back pain disorder, however not every type of injury requires surgery. With medical science advancing at a great speed there are many non-surgical treatment options for chronic back pain that work really well in helping a patient recover a high quality of life.

Non-Surgical Treatment for Back Pain

Back Pain DoctorThis is true that non-surgical treatment for back pain works as well as back surgery in several cases, however it is extremely important that you see a qualified and trained spine specialist before starting any treatment. A qualified doctor or specialist will help you understand your specific condition well and will provide you a customized treatment program after carefully examining your problem as well as medical history.

There are several widely used treatment options available in the non-surgical treatment category. Let us take a brief look at the options available:


Medications like NSAIDs, antidepressants, oral steroids and muscle relaxants are medications that are usually given to treat back pain.

Chiropractic Care

This is another very commonly used non-surgical back pain treatment. Chiropractic a combination of two Greek words means, “done by hands” and according to survey reports a whopping 40 million Americans use this adjustment therapy as a treatment for back pains.

Physical Therapy

A trained physiotherapist often designs a back pain exercise program that includes both exercises as well as therapy and is a fusion of low-impact aerobic exercise, stretching and strengthening.