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Spondylolisthesis Conservative Treatment

If your vertebra has been slipped and causing severe back pain then you might have spondylolisthesis. This condition can be made better through our spondylolisthesis conservative treatment to stop it from getting worse. You can live a normal life with spondylolisthesis if you get proper treatment and adopt a lifestyle that doesn’t make it worse.

If you want to get rid of this severe pain and stop the pain from getting worse, then you can opt for low-level laser therapy which provides spondylolisthesis treatment without surgery or medication. Laser pain therapy also helps heal the spine and increase its strength. You can rely on BioFlex Pakistan on laser treatment of spondylolisthesis as the treatment is done by expert doctors using advanced equipment. It’s important to know about your condition to make the best treatment choice for yourself with the advice of your doctors.

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Spondylolisthesis – Overview

Spondylolisthesis is a soie condition in which the vertebra slips down into the vertebra lower to it. Vertebrae are the bones that join together to form the spine. So, if one vertebra slips over the other it can cause a lot of spine problems. You will experience lower back pain and in extreme cases; spine deformities.

Spondylolisthesis is not very common. 4% to 6% of adults suffer from this condition. If it doesn’t show the symptoms, it remains unnoticed. Spondylolisthesis has many types and stages. The initial stages can be resolved with medicines and therapies. Whereas during extreme stages, when spondylolisthesis pain is unbearable, it needs to be fixed through surgical procedure. Note that surgery is very rare in case of spondylolisthesis.

Types of Spondylolisthesis

The types depend upon which area of the spine is affected and in which stage of one’s life.

Congenital Spondylolisthesis

It is caused when the foetus spine doesn’t form in a normal way. This spine is prone to spondylolisthesis in later stages of life.

Isthmic Spondylolisthesis

It occurs due to spondylosis. The vertebra can slip due to a crack or fracture.

Degenerative Spondylolisthesis

It’s the most common type that occurs due to aging. The discs that surround the vertebrae lose water cushion with aging and this makes vertebrae weak and prone to slipping.

    What causes Spondylolisthesis?

    There are many causes of spondylolisthesis such as:

    • Over stretching of spine
    • Aging
    • Weak bones
    • Females are more suspected to get spondylolisthesis then men
    • Spine deformities
    • Cracks in vertebrae
    • Less water cushion that protects the vertebrae
    • Genetics
    • Thin vertebral bones

    Symptoms of Spondylolisthesis

    The symptoms of spondylolisthesis are:

    • Lower back pain
    • Back stiffness
    • Pain while bending
    • Muscle spasm
    • Difficulty in walking
    • Difficulty in standing for a long time
    • Numbness
    • Tingling sensation

    Spondylolisthesis Treatment Options

    Once spondylolisthesis diagnosis is done by doctors at your general hospital, you will be prescribed muscle relaxants and NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs) along with corticosteroids.

    Other than medicines, physical therapy is advised which helps in improving the acute pain. It includes exercises that help in posture correction, strengthens the back muscles and aids in improving flexibility. In certain cases, doctors at your general hospital might recommend steroid injections that are applied around the nerve root. The steroid injections help in relieving pain and inflammation surrounding the irritated nerves.

    Surgical options are also available for spondylolisthesis which are reserved for the condition when the compressed nerve due to pressure exerted by the skipped vertebrae, results in significant weakness, pain on physical activities, loss of bladder and bowel control, pain that doesn’t relieve with therapies and removal of bone spurs that might be pressing the impinged nerves.

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    BioFlex Pakistan Spondylolisthesis Conservative Treatment

    Whereas, for the best spondylolisthesis treatment in Pakistan, you can opt for BioFlex Pakistan laser therapy which is a non-invasive, painless and non-toxic procedure that aids in relieving back pain without medication. This is a safe and very effective spondylolisthesis conservative treatment option.

    BioFlex Pakistan laser therapy makes use of low-intensity light diodes which offer accelerated healing, reduced inflammation and complete elimination of pain. BioFlex laser therapy is FDA certified, it is guaranteed to be safe and effective. It does not pose any damaging effect on the tissues and promotes rapid healing through the activation of cells.

    The use of laser beam promotes angiogenesis, promotes the removal of dead cells and accelerates healing through various physiological reactions.

    Spondylolisthesis treatment with laser proves to be the miraculous method for relieving back pain. BioFlex laser therapy offers our spondylolisthesis conservative treatment in Islamabad, Karachi, Peshawar, Rawalpindi and Multan where you can book your appointments through the toll-free number or request a call back from the booking form below and get a consultation through the healthcare professionals.

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