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Mild lumbar spondylosis, scoliosis, no relief with medicines, have lower back and buttock pain. Which medicines should I take?

I am 43 year old male having problerm of mild lumbar spondlosis with mild lumbar scolios, this problem startred two years ago. When i go to India my doctor suggest for excersize and physiotherapy and i get relife very quickly and they also advive me to take Tapentadol which helps me to relife from pain. Now I am in China and here when ever I go to any hospital they don t suggest for physiotherapy insteed they give medicines which don t effect too much, now from last few days I am having little pain in my lower back and both left & right size of the butck, I don t have Tapaentadol , please advise what shall I do and what medecince shall I take, I tried Ibuprofen also but I don t know which medecine shall I take and what shall I do
Asked On : Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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thanks for your query
Lumbar spondylosis is a degenerative condition which affects the lower spine. In a patient with lumbar spondylosis, the spine is compromised by a narrowing of the space between the vertebrae,
Low back pain (LBP) affects approximately 60–85% of adults during some point in their lives
Given my limited ability to isolate causative sources of chronic lower back pain. general measures are--
Exercise therapy (ET) include aerobic exercise, muscle strengthening, and stretching exercises
Lumbar back supports may provide benefit to patients suffering chronic LBP secondary to degenerative processes
Painkillers,muscle relaxant,antidepressant,etc are medications used for treatment
Take care
Answered: Wed, 30 Jan 2013
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