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Using a Pain Diary
A valuable tool for those experiencing chronic pain.
Controlling Pain

Severe pain can be managed. Here's how to cope with chronic pain.


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Learn The Basics
Introduction
Facts, anatomy and perception of pain.
Risks And Causes
Common and uncommon sources.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Here are some frequently asked questions, and their answers, about low back pain.
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Assess Your Health
Undergoing Physical Examination And Diagnostic Testing
After reviewing your history, your health care provider will perform a physical examination and may suggest that you undergo certain diagnostic tests.
Getting Started
Assessing your low back pain.
Using Your History
Identifying the cause of your low back pain.
Creating A History
Your personal profile.

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Take Action
Initial Treatment
Rest, stretching and alternative therapies.
Medications And Other Treatments For Low Back Pain
You and your health-care provider may decide to pursue a variety of approaches to treating your low back pain.
Deciding On Treatment
Combating your pain.
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Keep On Track
Tips For Avoiding Recurrence
What you and your health care provider can do.

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Related Areas
Workplace Health

"Stressed by co-workers? Juggling work and family? Is your job taking a physical toll on your body? We have information about staying physically and mentally healthy on the job and in the office.

Chronic Pain

In its broadest definition, pain is any unpleasant sensation. Chronic pain is an unpleasant sensation that lasts at least two months.



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Pain Ask The Expert
Q: . Advil is a brand name for ibuprofen. It is one of the nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Ibuprofen is sold under several other brand names, one of which is Motrin. Other over-the-counter NSAIDs include aspirin and naproxen (Aleve).
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