Spine Revitalizer develops infographic about non-surgical back pain treatment

Published on December 6, 2012 at 4:00 AM · No Comments

More than 3 in 4 Americans experience back pain at some point in their life. Thankfully, Spine Revitalizer has released a helpful resource to give basic information for those suffering from back pain.

Spine Revitalizer has developed an infographic about non-surgical back pain treatment. Medical causes mentioned include a herniated disc, a slipped disc and muscle tension. The information suggests that there are practical solutions individuals can take to find relief from their pain, without reverting to expensive surgery.

The introduction states, "Sometimes searching for relief seems hopeless; the following is a compilation of basic information you may find helpful if you suffer from back pain. We have also included information on some of the most popular and best ways to treat your pain."

Also included is information on the supplement Spine Revitalizer has created to treat back pain. The supplement for back pain combines more than 12 nutrients that have been chosen to specifically target the spine and reduce inflammation in the back.

Even those not interested in the supplement will find the information helpful.

A large cause of back pain is a herniated or bulging disc. Not only is it painful it can cause tingling and numbness in various parts of the body. Wear on the discs can happen over time to the point where a mere cough can end up causing the actual rupture.

Thankfully, once correctly diagnosed, there are many remedy options. Bed rest, massage and physical therapy are all possible solutions. Ultimately if non-invasive techniques are unsuccessful, surgery is an option in many cases.

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Spine Revitalizer

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