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Thai Acupressure - Lower Back Pain Treatments

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Lower back pain is the most common among orthopedic pains. Most cases are not diagnosed as any specific pathology but referred to by doctors simply as “lower back pain”. Lower back pains are natural and have to do with our genetic heritage, but also vary according to individual genetic tendency. If members in your family tend to suffer from lower back pains, chances are that you will have to deal with these pains. Poor postural habits and repetitive stress – both physical and psychological – play a dominant role in the development of lower back pains. Postural awareness, various corrective methods, and moderate fitness (even 20 minutes of walking daily) together with manual treatments, will usually give excellent results in the treatment and prevention of lower back pains. Thai acupressure routines are safe and very effective in treating lower back disorders. However, when treating lower back pains, therapists should rule out those conditions that require immediate surgical intervention. The Thai routines are safe and effective in the treatment of most such acute cases, but it is wise to consult a physician, for you cannot tell how serious this condition really is. High-tech diagnostic methods are often necessary to identify the cause of pain. Severe cases of spondylolisthesis, herniated nucleus pulposus, or spinal stenosis when pressure is put directly on the cauda equina, may require surgery. However, in most cases these pathologies are not so severe and acute, do not require surgery, and your treatment will give good results. Massage, acupressure and acupuncture are not considered effective in cases involving stenosis with a permanent narrowing of the spinal canal. Nevertheless, when not requiring surgery, stenosis can be treated safely by the Thai routines, but the treatment may show slow results, or no results at all. Choose one routine out of the seven according to symptoms relevant to the Thai diagnosis, regardless of the western medical definition of the condition. Whenever the symptoms of your client match the symptoms described by one of the Thai routines, try using it and observe your clients reaction. If your pressure is welcome by his body, your treatment may give good results. If you notice any improvement, carry on.