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Everyone knows lower back pain sucks. But did you know that the majority of back pain will heal on its own without surgery...if you know how to treat it--what to do and what not to do.

Everyone knows lower back pain sucks. But did you know that the majority of back pain will heal on its own without surgery...if you know how to treat it--what to do and what not to do.


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  • 1. At some point in their lives, over 86 percent of the word’s population will suffer from lower back pain.
  • 2. Trauma
  • 3. Trauma Health
  • 4. Trauma Health Age
  • 5. YES!
  • 6.  A disc can bulge, herniate or degenerate
  • 7.  A disc can bulge, herniate or degenerate  Facet joints can weaken and fail
  • 8.  A disc can bulge, herniate or degenerate  Facet joints can weaken and fail  Your spine can curve too far inward (hyperlordosis) or not far enough inward (hypolordosis)
  • 9.  A disc can bulge, herniate or degenerate  Facet joints can weaken and fail  Your spine can curve too far inward (hyperlardosis) or not far enough inward (hypolardosis)  A ligament can get pulled or torn
  • 10.  A disc can bulge, herniate or degenerate  Facet joints can weaken and fail  Your spine can curve too far inward (hyperlardosis) or not far enough inward (hypolardosis)  A ligament can get pulled or torn  Arthritis can take hold
  • 11.  Microdiscectomy (a.k.a. Microdecompression)  Minimally invasive procedure where a portion of the disc nucleus is removed with a surgical knife or laser  Laminectomy  An invasive surgical procedure in which a small portion of the arch of the vertebrae is removed
  • 12. That’s one smart table!
  • 13. Deflated Inflated
  • 14. Use this…………………………….to fix this!
  • 15. info@spinalrehabsolutions.com www.spinalrehabsolutions.com