Therapeutic Approaches

Spinal cord injury is a incapacitating and irreversible condition with high economic and social costs. The most mutual cause is trauma, but this Spinal injury can also be caused by tumors, infection, and vascular lesions or by iatrogenic procedures Therapeutic advances made in the last decade have allowed the expansion of experimental work in the field of spinal cord regeneration. The amalgamation of several strategies should make, at minimum, partial functional recovery possible for Spinal cord injury patients, which might accordingly lead to an improvement in their quality of life. Through combined treatment strategies, the enhanced functional recovery of patients will likely be achieved. Medications may be used to achieve some of the effects of spinal cord injury. These comprise medications to control pain and muscle spasticity, as well as medications that can improve bladder control, bowel control and sexual functioning.

  • Herbal Remedies for Natural spine Pain Relief
  • Non-steroidal Anti-inflammatory drugs in spinal stenosis
  • Epidural injections in disc degeneration
  • Uses of analgesics in back pain

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