For atleat 10 years now I have had back pain. As time has passed the pain has increased. All tests come back negative and I am still in such pain. I have had a rhizotomy, facet blocks, tried chiropractic care and physical therapy and no relief. I have seen a pain management doctor and have tried numerous pain medications and still nothing even dulls my pain. No one can seem to figure out why I am in so much pain. Any suggestions what may help me or what may be wrong?
I'm sorry to hear you've been unable to find any relief. In my experience, undergoing so many treatment options is just as exhausting as the pain itself. While I can't give you specific advice, I thought I would offer some online resources to help you understand your condition as well as identify other possible treatment options.
(I was directed to this site some time ago due to the back pain my job was causing me. It seems to me a good resource for managing ongoing back pain)
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