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Back Pain Treatment Made Easier With Digital Spine Analysis

by Sasikala Radhakrishnan on June 30, 2014 at 12:11 PM
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 Back Pain Treatment Made Easier With Digital Spine Analysis

Back pain is a common condition experienced by almost all people at some point in their lifetime, and the spine has been the least measured and considered the most amazing engineering phenomenon in our body.

Now, India's Qi Spine Clinic has made measuring of spine function easier for spine specialists with the creation of digital spine analysis (DSA), a muscular evaluation of the spine, with the use of a spine function graph.

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The DSA confers the benefits of customized treatment and nonsurgical therapy for back pain.

Garima Anandani, head of spine consultants at Qi, said, "From bankers to housewives, young college students to sportsmen, Qi has seen every conceivable patient category."
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He also added, "The problems are all different, and hence the therapy is different for each person too."

Conventional methods of spine scanning, such as x-rays and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), have been unsuccessful in identifying a clear cause for back pain in nearly 85% of cases according to a statement from the clinic.

The findings were released in the journal Appetite.

Source: Medindia
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