Doctors and scientists have published thousands of studies on a range of treatment options, but today, people do not agree on the most effective treatment or prevention.
Back pain treatments are many and varied, including medications, surgery, exercises, remove belly fat or big breasts, physical therapy and massage. Doctors and scientists have published thousands of studies on variable treatment options, but today, people do not agree on the most effective treatment or prevention. Daniel Steffens at the University of Sydney in Australia and colleagues argue that exercises and instruction are the most effective methods for tackling the pain. He and his colleagues reviewed about 6000 studies and compiled the results of 23 studies using the so-called collection method. Exercises or exercises and instruction in which the teaching is about learning methods for protecting the backbone were the only methods that could prove to be effective. However, exercises and instruction only had little effect on a reduction in the number of days of sickness due to back pain. back belts and shoes had no effect as a precaution or as a treatment to reduce back pain.
It is not surprising in the light of recent studies that exercises such as sit-ups can cause back pain worse than before (see backfitpro.com). Studies by Stuart McGill and associates at Waterloo University of Canada have shown that by strengthening the nuclear muscles you can prevent pain in the backbone. Strengthening of the so-called nuclear muscle involves stronger muscle in the vicinity of the spine that performs better and bring strength and speed to the extremities.