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Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), for example, can reduce lower back stiffness, swelling, and pain. And counter-irritants applied directly on the skin can stimulate the nerve endings in the skin, causing warm or cold sensations and dulling the pain (many of us can remember grandparents who used Ben-Gay on their back). Topical analgesics can also reduce inflammation and stimulate blood flow to ease pain; Prescription medications. Opioids such as codeine, oxycodone, and morphine are often prescribed to quell severe back pain; side effects can include drowsiness, impaired reaction time and judgment, and the potential for addiction.
In this surgery the lamina—the bone that makes up the back of the spinal canal—is removed to create more space for the nerves and to allow access to bone spurs or ruptured disks that may need to be removed during surgery. The surgery itself is often performed through a single incision in the back (open surgery). Risks related to laminectomy include bleeding, infection, nerve damage, a tear in the membrane (dura) that covers the spinal cord, and impaired bowel function (thankfully, this side effect is usually transient).
Your doctor may even recommend a “back school,” an exercise program available in many communities and physical therapy centers that is meant to help you manage back pain and prevent it from recurring. Exercises learned there will help protect your back at home and at work. In addition, you might inquire about the McKenzie Method, a popular treatment program developed in the 1960s by Robin McKenzie, a physical therapist in New Zealand. McKenzie noted that extending the spine could provide significant pain relief to certain patients and allow them to return to their normal daily activities; t h e b ac k 39 Over-the-counter pain medications.