List of Medical Conditions Related To The Spine
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Asked by: pgc-ga
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02 May 2006 15:11 PDT
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Question ID: 724851
Hi, I need three types of lists compiled in as much extensive detail as possible. List 1: All the conditions and health related problems that can occur with the human spine that involves back pain as the primary complaint. Also include terms that may not be classed as medically correct but may be used by someone typing it into a search engine example - "pinched nerve" Please exclude conditions that are not related to back pain like for example cancer of the spine etc. Sample List: degenerative disc disease scoliosis back pain low back muscle spasm bulging disc pinched nerve lumbar stenosis sciatica etc....... List 2: Please list all the medical procedures for treating back pain including surgical and non-surgical procedures. Example: epidural injection laminectomy discectomy massage accupuncture decompression therapy List 3: Please complie a complete list of all medical, health and non-medical professionals that treat back pain sufferers. doctor orthopeadic surgeon neur-surgeon neuroligists physical therapist massage therapist yoga instructor alexander technique instructor accupuncturist chiropractor Thank you.
Re: List of Medical Conditions Related To The Spine
Answered By: belindalevez-ga on 05 May 2006 08:43 PDT
<Spine conditions, treatments and personnel. 1. Aching back Acute back pain Adult spondylolisthesis Anterior cervical corpectomy and fusion Arthritis Back ache Back aches Back extension Back flexion Back injury back pain back sprain back strain bacterial infection bladder infection bulging disc burst fracture cervical herniated disc chronic back pain chronic low back pain compression fracture congenital spondylolisthesis cramps curvature of the spine degenerative disc disease degenerative spondylolisthesis depression dislocation distraction fracture dysplastic spondylolisthesis endometriosis ergonomics facet arthripathy failed back syndrome FBS Fibromyalgia Flexion fracture fracture fractured gynaecological problems hemivertebra hernia herniated disc herniation infection inflamed muscle inflammation isthmic spondylolisthesis joint pain kidney infection kidney stones kyphosis ligament injury lordosis low back muscle spasm low back pain lower back pain lumbago lumbar herniated disc lumbar stenosis Lytic spondylolisthesis malformed vertebra mis-alignment of the vertebrae muscle ache muscle spasm muscle sprain muscle strain muscle tear muscle trauma myelopathy narrow spinal canal neck pain nerve damage nerve impingement neck pain nerve root impingement neurological symptoms nonspecific back pain numbness obesity osotoarthritis osteoporosis osteoporosis related fracture osteomyelitis ovarian cysts overweight paresthesias pathologic spondylolisthesis pinched nerve poor posture pregnancy prolapsed disc protuding disc pulled muscle pulled a muscle put my back out radicular pain radiculopathy ruptured disc sacral agenesis sacro-iliac strain sacroilitis scheuermann?s kyphosis sciatic nerve pain sciatica short term back pain scoliosis severe back pain sharp pains shoulder pain skeletal irregularities slipped disc sore back spasm spinal arthritis spinal cord injury spinal curvature spinal degeneration spinal disc pain spinal fracture spinal osteoarthritis spinal osteoporosis spinal stenosis spondylolysis spondylolisthesis sprain sprained ligament stenosis stings strain strained ligament stress spondylolisthesis swelling testicular torsion tingling torn disc torn ligament torn muscle torsion fracture translational fracture trapped nerve upper back pain vertebrae damage Vertebral compression fracture Vertebral fracture Viral infection Weakness whiplash ---------------------------- 2. acupuncture active exercise active physical therapy adjustable bed ALIF Allograft bone Alternative therapy analgesics anesthesia Anterior interbody cages Anterior lumbar interbocy fusion surgery Anterior/posterior lumbar fusion surgery Arthrodesis Arthroscopic disc surgery Artificial disc replacement artificial discs autologous bone back exercise back injury back support bandage bed rest biofeedback blood test bone scan bone stimulators cervical neck surgery cervical spinal surgery clinical trial cold therapy computerized tomography cordotomy costotransverse joint injection costovertebral joint injection CT scan decompression decompression surgery decompression therapy DePuy's Charite Artificial Disc dietary supplements discectomy disc nucleus replacement discography disc replacement surgery dorsal root entry zone operation DREZ Dynamic stabilization electrical stimulation endoscope epidural injection epidural steroid injection ergonomic chair exercise exercises external bone stimulators facet joint injection foraminotomy fusion surgery healthy lifestyle choices heating pad heat application heat lesion heat therapy herbal remedies hip joint injection homeopathy HRT ice packs ice massage IDET injection internal bone stimulators interventional therapy intradiscal electrothermal annuloplasty intradiscal electrothermal therapy intrathecal drug delivery key-hole surgery Kyphoplasty laminectomy lower lumbar back surgery lumbar disk herniation lumbar laminectomy lumbar microsurgery lumbar spinal stenosis lumbar supports magnetic resonance imaging magnetic therapy manipulation massage matress mcKenzie Method medical branch nerve block medication microdiscectomy microdecompression microsurgery minilaporotomy minimally invasive lumbar laminotomy minimally invasive lubbar discectomy modalities neurostimulation non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs MRI scan Myelogram nucleoplasty nutrition opioids pain management pain relief passive physical therapy pedicle screws physiatry physiotherapy plaster PLIF pnematic vest posterior lumbar interbody fusion surgery posterolateral gutter spine fusion surgery posture prescription radiofrequency lesioning radiofrequency neurotomy radiolucent cage re-alignment rechargeable spinal cord stimulators rehabilitation relaxation revision surgery rhizotomy self-healing techniques spinal cord stimulators spinal implant spine fusion surgery spinal graft spinal laminectomy spinal manipulation spinal reconstruction sprain steroid injections stretching Su Jok therapy support devices TENS Thermography Thoracolumbar burst fracture Titanium implant TLIF traction Transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion surgery Ultrasound imaging vertebroplasty x-ray Weight control --------------------------- 3. accupuncturist alexander technique instructor alternative practitioner assistant houseman anesthetist anaesethist bone-setter chiropractor clinician consultant consultant surgeon counselor developmental expert dietician district nurse doctor Dr. ER nurse faith healer family doctor flying doctor general practitioner GP gynaecologist healer health visitor Homeopath Houseman Intern Junior doctor Junior registrar locum massage therapist masseur masseuse matron MD medical adviser medical officer medical practitioner medical student neur-surgeon neuroligists nurse nurse practitioner nursing assistant nutritionist obstetrician occupational therapist OR nurse orthopeadic consultant orthopeadic registrar orthopeadic surgeon orthopaedist osteopath orthopedist OT paramedic pharmacist physical therapist physician physiotherapist practice nurse practitioner primary care doctor professor PT Radiographer radiologist registrar resident RN (registered nurse) sister specialist spine surgeon SRN (state registered nurse) staff nurse student doctor surgeon surgical registrar therapeutist triage nurse ward sister yoga instructor <Search strategy:> <"back pain"> <://www.google.com/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rls=GGLG,GGLG:2006-12,GGLG:en&q=%22back+pain%22> <"back surgery"> <://www.google.com/search?hl=nl&q=%22back+surgery%22&lr=> <orthopaedic> <://www.google.com/search?hl=nl&q=orthopaedic&lr=> <"spinal surgery" > <://www.google.com/search?hl=nl&q=%22spinal+surgery%22&lr=> <Hope this helps.>
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