(PRWEB) April 03, 2014
4 Treatment Misconceptions Keeping You In Pain:
The world of back pain treatment is difficult to navigate. Pinpointing the cause of pain may be hard, and in some cases it doesn’t happen. Even when a cause is identified, the track record on conventional treatment methods, including pain medication, is not very impressive.
Unfortunately, there are many misconceptions out there concerning diagnosis and treatment that can hinder patients’ recovery. Fortunately, patients can protect themselves against sabotaging beliefs by learning about these misconceptions and avoiding them. This article covers four common misconceptions that can promote counterproductive behaviors among back pain patients.
Also In the February Issue
“Flat Feet Can Cause Back Pain”: This article explains the interconnection of the many joints in the lower and middle body to show how flat feet can lead to pain in the back and other areas. The article also discusses natural ways to develop foot arches.
“Can an Inversion Table Relieve Your Pain?”: This article explains why inversion tables may be helpful for some back pain patients. It considers both scientific research and customer reviews to arrive at a conclusion concerning the effectiveness of inversion tables.
“Detox Diets: Do They Work and Are They Safe?”: Nutrition is an important part of overall health and may be a factor in some chronic pain conditions. This article critically examines the tenets of the detox diet and advises those interested in how to take a safe approach.
“Doctor of Osteopathy or Doctor of Medicine? Know the Difference”: Often, patients have more treatment options – and from more medical professionals – than they realize. In this article, readers will learn about the similarities and differences in the medical training that D.O.s and M.D.s undergo. Patients can then make an informed decision as to which type of medical professional is most likely to provide them with effective and safe treatment.
“Review of Research Declares Yoga Effective for Lower Back Pain”: Yoga has survived the test of time, but scientific research into its therapeutic capacity is a much newer phenomenon than the practice itself. Still, plenty of research has been done into its effectiveness in managing different health conditions. This article discusses a systematic review that supports yoga as an effective exercise method for people with lower back pain.
About Healing Education
Debuting in 2014, Healing Education is a magazine that combines insights from health and wellness professionals and researchers to give readers a full-body view of pain and its treatments. The magazine focuses on natural treatment solutions and relies heavily on scientific research to provide guidance that readers can add to their arsenal of pain-free living tools. The Apple version can be found at http://bit.ly/1eeebtk, and the Android version can be found at http://bit.ly/1htWhSf. Email Amee LaTour at amee(dot)latour(at)gmail(dot)com with questions.