Preventive measures for Back Pain

Dear Readers,

In this week’s newsletter from, lets get to know the care and the preventive measures of back pain in daily routine life which helps reduce backache. We came across this article in and wanted to share this with our readers.

Back pain is the second most common cause of long-term sickness .The most common causes of back pain are strained muscles or ligaments, wear and tear, bad posture and stress.Most of us complain of back pain at some point in our lives. Back pain does not kill but it  tortures. A common myth about back pain is that you need to rest and avoid activity for a long time. In fact, doctors do not recommend bed rest. If you have no sign of a serious cause for your back pain (such as loss of bowel or bladder control, weakness, weight loss, or fever), stay as active as possible.



Through exercise you can:

  • Improve your posture
  • Strengthen your back and improve flexibility
  • Lose weight

Avoid falls, A complete exercise program should include aerobic activity (such as walking, swimming, or riding a stationary bicycle), as well as stretching and strength training.

Begin with light cardiovascular training. Walking, riding a stationary bicycle, and swimming are great examples. These types of aerobic activities can help improve blood flow to your back and promote healing. They also strengthen muscles in your stomach and back.

Stretching and strengthening exercises are important in the long run. Keep in mind that starting these exercises too soon after an injury can make your pain worse. Strengthening your abdominal muscles can ease the stress on your back.

Avoid these exercises during recovery:

  • Jogging
  • Contact sports
  • Racquet sports
  • Golf
  • Dancing
  • Weight lifting
  • Leg lifts when lying on your stomach
  • Sit-ups


To prevent back pain, learn to lift and bend properly. Follow these tips:

  • If an object is too heavy or awkward, get help.
  • Spread your feet apart to give you a wide base of support.
  • Stand as close as possible to the object you are lifting.
  • Bend at your knees, not at your waist.
  • Tighten your stomach muscles as you lift or lower the object.
  • Hold the object as close to your body as you can.
  • Lift using your leg muscles.
  • As you stand up while holding the object, do not bend forward.
  • Do not twist while you are bending to reach for the object, lifting it up, or carrying it.

 At Orthomedical , our back support and treatment belt WG30  helps to reduce the worst pain.People across the world have been using it  for over 20 years as a preventive measure and alternative for back surgery.


Other preventive measures for back pain include:

  • Avoid standing for long periods. If you must stand for your work, place a stool by your feet. Alternate resting each foot on the stool.
  • Do not wear high heels. Wear shoes that have cushioned soles when walking.
  • When sitting, especially if using a computer, make sure that your chair has a straight back with an adjustable seat and back, armrests, and a swivel seat.
  • Use a stool under your feet while sitting so that your knees are higher than your hips.
  • Place a small pillow or rolled towel behind your lower back while sitting or driving for long periods.
  • If you drive long distance, stop and walk around every hour. Do not lift heavy objects just after a long ride.
  • Quit smoking.
  • Lose weight.
  • Do exercises to strengthen your abdominal muscles. This will strengthen your core to decrease the risk of further injuries.
  • Learn to relax. Try methods such as yoga, tai chi, or massage.

One of the customers  found WG30 belt as an excellent solution  for his  slipped disc problem.He’s in his sixties and enjoys golf. He wears the Disk Dr. belt as a preventive measures while playing golf and long distance driving without discomfort.He normally uses the belt for six hours every day which provides him relief from pain.


Slip disc Treatments

In this week’s blog from, we shall discuss slipped disc, something which is becoming more often heard nowadays. This issue was a hot topic in WebMD and we thought it is worth sharing this with our subscribers. Slipped disc can cause acute pain. It is a result of damage to one of the discs in the spine and consequently exerting pressure on a nerve.

The silver lining to the cloud is that a slipped disc usually tends to heal on its own, somewhere in the period of about five to six weeks. We shall examine treatments for back pain and sciatica caused by slipped disc in the lower part of your back, which is for references purpose only. Extensive clinical trails of Disk Dr.WG 30 has shown that this back support and treatment belt can be used for the treatment of slip disc

Key points about treating pain caused by a slipped disc
· Staying active is probably better for you than lying in bed for a long time, but researchers don’t know for certain.
· Having your spine manipulated by a trained therapist can help treat pain caused by a slipped disc.
· Taking painkillers or getting painkilling injections may help for a short time.
·Surgery can repair the damaged disc, but it’s worth waiting a while, as it will probably get better on its own.

Treatments for a slipped disc
We’ve divided the treatments for slipped disc into three categories: non-drug treatments, drug treatments, and surgery.

For help deciding what treatment is best for you, see how to use research to support your treatment decisions.

· Non-drug treatments for slipped disc: There are many different things you can try that do not involve taking drugs or having surgery. They include having your spine manipulated, acupuncture, and following a programme of exercise.

· Drug treatments for slipped disc: These treatments include painkillers, muscle relaxants, and steroid injections.

· Surgery for slipped disc: There are many different ways to repair a slipped disc with surgery. Doctors can do operations using a microscope or laser. And they can make a small cut rather than making a large cut.

Non-drug treatments for slipped disc
A slipped disc usually gets better on its own in about six weeks. But you may want to try some non-drug treatments to make you more comfortable.

Key points about non-drug treatments for slipped disc

· Staying active is probably better for you than lying in bed for a long time, but researchers don’t know for certain.
· Having your spine manipulated by a trained therapist can help treat pain caused by a slipped disc.
· Many other non-drug treatments have been tried for low back pain. These include acupuncture, heat, ice, and massage.