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Orthopaedic medicine

ORTHOPAEDIC MEDICINE – The Non Surgical Way

Orthopaedic Medicine The established procedures of Orthopaedic Medicine provide highly effective  non-surgical treatment options for curing a whole range of spinal disorders, according to the well-renowned spinal specialist Mr  Luklinski – a world authority on spinal care with more than 45 years of practice and founder of the Luklinski Clinic in London. Treatment efficacy The efficacy of orthopaedic medicine cures 99% of cases, .
Normal spine vs spinal stenosis

Are You Suffering from Spinal Stenosis?

What to do if you have spinal stenosis First of all, let’s consider what spinal stenosis is. There are two major types of spinal stenosis: cervical and lumbar stenosis. Cervical stenosis is a narrowing of your spine near your neck. Lumbar stenosis affects your spine in your lower back. Again, it is a narrowing of part of your spine. .
Back support to fix lumbar pain

Do You Suffer from Back Pain? Try The Lumbar Belt

Lower Back Pain while you are at work If you have lower back pain while you are at work, you should report it to your health and safety representative and your employer. Talk with them about how your work situation could be improved. For example, perhaps you need a chair support, or perhaps your work station needs adjusting to .
back treatment using backrack spinal device

Home Treatment for Lower Back Pain

Do you have lower back pain problems? If you suffer with back pain, you may be wondering if you should have surgery, a laminectomy or discectomy perhaps. Many of our clients have written to us with their tales of woe after having surgery so our advice is that it is better to try your own home treatment for lower .
Ease your back pain

Why You Should Use Backrack For Your Back Pain?

Our backrack has been designed by Harley Street spine specialists with back pain sufferers in mind. It is totally safe for you to use at home. It has been granted a patent and, naturally, this is proof of its efficacy. It is endorsed by a specialist who has worked for many years with patients who have needed spinal rehabilitation. .
Patient wearing lumbar belt

Would A Back Support Belt Alleviate Your Pain?

If you suffer from lower back pain, you may have been thinking of undergoing surgery. However, a simple solution might be to purchase a back support belt. Read more. What exactly is a back support belt? If you are one of the many people who suffer from lower back pain, you may have considered surgery to help. However, in .
Decompression is a good solution for back pain

Are You Looking for Back Pain Solutions?

Perhaps you have been searching for back pain solutions for some time now and none have worked totally. Even a temporary respite is better than being constantly in pain. If you can’t sleep, you become irritable and your nearest and dearest suffer along with you. The problem is that you could be considering a laminectomy or a discectomy, on .
Back pain during work from home

How To Deal With Back Pain When Working From Home

Just because you work from home certainly doesn’t mean that you don’t work hard or spend a lot of hours sitting at your desk. Sitting in the same position, whether you’re an artist or a writer or a business professional, can lead to tired, stiff, and painful muscles throughout your back. Thankfully, there are several surprisingly easy ways that .
Effective exercise for lower back pain

Not All Exercises Are Beneficial If You Have Lower Back Pain

These days doctors recommend exercise, rather than bed rest, for patients with lower back pain. However, not all exercises are suitable if you are suffering from pain in the lumbar region. Indoor exercises to try if you have a painful lower back Toe Touching is not for you if you have lower back pain. It puts a great deal .
Back support belt for back pain

Have You Considered Using an Orthopaedic Back Support for Back Pain?

Unfortunately, there are many people in the UK (and the rest of the developed world) who suffer from back pain. Suffers are fairly stoical about their aches and pains, so as long as the pain does not rise above their pain threshold level they don’t do much about it. However, there are non-surgical interventions which can help those who .
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