Back Mid (Thoracic) Pain Treatment

general pain of the mid back

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Original injury twisting (rotating) while lifting a heavy TV. Right away felt pinching pain in lower back. After a day the pain moved through lower to mid back. Finally got an MRI in late 2010. Nothing specific pointed to the root cause of the pain. "No significant protrusion, central canal, neural foraminal or lateral recess narrowing is demonstrated i the ....
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My rib dislocates a bitperiodically. It's very uncomfortable. I get a massage every few weeks and the massage therapist can pop it back in. Sometimes I need a chiropractor to put back in place..
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Original injury twisting (rotating) while lifting a heavy TV. Right away felt pinching pain in lower back. After a day the pain moved through lower to mid back. After three days, went to chiropractor who said that there is swelling in the area which subsided after a couple of weeks. I lost ability to flex spin without pain. Extensions is ....

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Category
Name Average Result Healed Helped
a Lot
Helped
a Little
No Change Made Worse
All Treatments (average)
3.8
(37)
9 16 6 6
Diet and Weight Management
Weight Gain
5.0
1
Drugs and Supplements
Anti-inflammatory Medication (NSAID)
4.0
1
Drugs and Supplements
Naproxen Sodium - Aleve - Anaprox - Naprelan
4.0
1 1
Drugs and Supplements
Pain Killers (Analgesic)
3.0
2
Drugs and Supplements
Motrin - Ibuprofen
3.0
1
Drugs and Supplements
Muscle Relaxants
3.0
1
Exercise
Exercise
5.0
1
Exercise
Strengthening
4.5
1 1
Exercise
Yoga
4.0
2
Exercise
Tai Chi
4.0
2
Exercise
Proper Posture
3.7
1 1 1
Exercise
Change of Sleeping Position
2.0
1
Medical Devices and Equipment
Back Support Brace
2.0
1
Therapy
Stretching Treatment
4.0
2
Therapy
Massage Therapy
4.0
2 1
Therapy
Chiropractic
4.0
2 2 1
Therapy
Heat Therapy
4.0
1
Therapy
Rest
4.0
1
Therapy
Micro current
3.0
1
Therapy
Ice
3.0
1 1
Topical
Icy Hot
4.0
1
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