Spinal Arthritis Treatment Heat Or Cold

Many people have tried a cure for severe back pain in spite of knowing in their gut or back of their mind that it was NOT going to work.

This is what is called the great back and disc pain hoax. It’s the promise of relief that either defy common sense, science, or both. The saddest portion of this hoax is only in almost all cases the pledges made by doctors and therapists aren’t made with malice or bad intentions. They just do not know any better.

PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. 16, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Portland chiropractor Dr. Samantha Stuart has recently introduced cold laser therapy as an injury treatment option for patients at her practice. According to Dr. Stuart, the class IV laser light used during treatment penetrates into injured tissues to accelerate the body’s healing mechanisms on a cellular level. She says it is a painless, non-invasive technique that patients find comfortable and effective for everything from strains and sprains to chronic conditions like arthritis. Laser …


Symmetric: This type is analogous to rheumatoid arthritis in the sense that the symptoms occur on each side of the body (both knees, both elbows, etc). It comprises about 50 percent of the cases, and is disabling 50% of the time.

Some people turn to spine surgery in the expectation of getting rid of their back pain. But surgery can be risky and you take the risk of long term disability. Others opt for injections of Cortisone and Epidurals for short term relief but they soon discover that it just masks the problem by covering up the symptoms while the condition worsens. They soon discover that’s all just a waste.

QUESTION: what causes burning feet?
My feet sometimes feel like they are on fire, especially my toes. Normally I have cold feet.

  • Burning feet can result from a number of causes, including damage to nerves in the feet from exposure to extreme heat or cold or toxic substances. Burning feet might also result from a circulation problem that impairs blood flow to the feet, such as peripheral artery disease, a foot injury, or extensive walking or running. Alternatively, burning feet may be caused by peripheral neuropathy, a disorder in which the peripheral nerves that relay signals between the body and the brain and spinal cord lose function. Burning feet syndrome can be inherited, or it can be caused by pressure being put on the nerves. Links also exist between this syndrome and diseases such as hypothyroidism, diabetes, and rheumatoid arthritis. Treatment: Some ways of treating burning feet syndrome include wearing open and comfortable shoes that have arch supports, along with cotton socks. Cold water usually soothes the heat for many patients, and there are creams and vitamin B supplements that can also provide relief. Low-dose aspirin (75mg) every day may also provide some benefit; it is certainly a treatment option in those suffering from erytheromelalgia.

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  • Low back problems are a common cause of disability. And to make things worse, despite various treatments of medication, heat, ice, exercise, manipulation, physical therapy, acupuncture, others, and rest, many people are still suffering. Often, back pain sufferers resort to spinal decompression surgery. This can have devastating results. The introduction of advanced spinal decompression, cold laser therapy and arthritis relief therapy offers back pain victims a safe effective treatment for eliminating their back pain once and for all.