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BACK PAIN- CME on - Basic of From -PowerPoint Presentation: Presenting By- Dr. Nabarun Biswas & Dr. Golam Mahamud Suhash , From Department Of Orthopedic & Traumatology , Shaheed Suhrawardy Medical College Hospital, Dhaka-1207. Bangladesh. Prepared By- Dr. Md Nazrul Islam MBBS, M . sc. (B M E). BACK PAINPowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Definition- Low back pain or pain in the lumbo -sacral region is triggered by some combination of overuse, muscle strain, and injury to the muscles, ligaments, and discs that support the spine.PowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Epidemiology of low back pain- 60%–90% lifetime prevalence 80%-90% have recurrent episode. Second most common complaint to prompt a medical evaluation Leading cause of long-term work disability Disability and costs related to pain, not to the disease process.PowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Natural history of low back pain- 80-90% resolves in 1 months 20-30% remains chronic. 5-10% disablingPowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Causes of low back pain- Injury, inflammation/infection or overuse of muscles, ligaments, facet joints , and the sacroiliac joints . Pressure on nerve roots in the spinal canal. Nerve root compression can be caused by A herniated disc , Osteoarthritis -which mostly affect the facet joints hypertrophy Spondylolysis and spondylolisthesis .. Spinal canal stenosis , or narrowing of the spinal canal Fractures of the vertebrae. Spinal deformities, such as severe scoliosis or kyphosis .PowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Causes of low back pain(cont )- Compression fractures . Compression fractures are more common among postmenopausal women with Osteoporosis.PowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Causes of low back pain(cont .)- Less common spinal conditions that can cause low back pain include: Ankylosing spondylosis Bacterial infection such as osteomyelitis / TB Spinal tumour (primary or secondary) Pagets disease Failed back surgery syndrome. Use of steroids over a long period of time.PowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Symptom of low Back pain- The type, location, and severity of low back pain depends upon the cause Due to local cause B. Due to nerve root involvement A. Symptom of local back sprain or strain- Muscle spasms , cramping, and stiffness. Pain- mostly in the back and buttocks.PowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Symptom of low Back pain- 2. Symptoms of nerve-root pressure- Leg pain-which is acute or chronic, mild to severe, sharp, burning or shooting in nature and this pain extends up to the ankle or foot . It may be constant or come and go and it is worsed by sneezing, coughing, straining, breath holding, walking or rest and during micturition and defaecation . This pain also depends on various position of patient such as forward or backward flexion. This is referred as Sciatica. (along the distribution of sciatic nerve)PowerPoint Presentation: Sensory root involvement : pain, paraesthesia , Motor root involvement : muscle weakness, paresis (loss of power) of muscle, muscle wasting. Autonomic root involvement : Loss of bladder and bowel control known as cauda equina syndrome which requires immediate medical or surgical intervention . . Symptom of low Back pain- Low Back PainPowerPoint Presentation: Symptoms due to arthritis of spine Pain and stiffness that are confined to the back and hip region. This pain starts gradually and lasts longer than 3 to 6 months. It is generally worse in the morning or after prolonged periods of inactivity. Arthritis pain gets better after some physical activities. Low Back Pain Symptom of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Symptoms or conditions that may occur with low back pain and require additional evaluation and treatment include: Depression Unexplained weight loss . Fever. A history of cancer . Bladder or bowel problems. An illness or condition that affects the immune system, such as diabetes , chemotherapy for cancer treatment, HIV ( AIDS ), or an organ transplant. Low Back Pain Symptom of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Risk factors that Pt cannot change- Being middle-aged or older. Being male. Having a family history of back pain. Having had a previous back injury. Having had a previous back surgery. Being pregnant . Having had compression fractures of the spine. Having spine problem from birth(congenital) Low Back Pain Risk factors of low back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Risk factors that Pt can change- Not getting regular exercise Doing a job or other activity that requires long periods of sitting, lifting heavy objects, bending or twisting, repetitive motions, or constant vibration Smoking Excess body weight Having poor posture. Being under stress. Having long periods of depression . Using medicines long-term that weaken bones, such as corticosteroids . Low Back Pain Risk factors of low back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: History Medical Psychosocial Family Previous trials General examination Musculoskeletal Neurologic Low Back Pain Diagnosis of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Pain assessment: Description Duration Intensity Alleviating factors Aggravating factors Low Back Pain Diagnosis of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Neurologic exam Gait. Motor, sensory and reflexes Regional exam of spine and leg Inspection for scoliosis or skin rash, palpation for bone tenderness Sciatic- and femoral-nerve stretching tests SLR, reverse and contra lateral SLR Diagnosis of low Back pain- Low Back PainPowerPoint Presentation: Strength tests: L1,L2-Hip flexion ( Psoas,Rectus femoris ) L2,3,4-Knee extension ( Quadratus femoris ) L2,3,4-Hip adductors (adductors and gracilis ) L5 --- Ankle/toe dorsiflexion ( ant.tibialis,EHL ) L5---Hip abductors ( Glutius medius,TFL ) S1—Ankle plantarflexion ( soleus / gastroc .) S1---Hip extensors ( Glutius maximus,Hamsrting ) Low Back Pain Diagnosis of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Reflexes: L2,3,4-Quadratus femoris L5—Medial hamstring S1—Achilles Sensation Pin prick-primarily spinothalamic tract Vibration/position sense-Dorsal columns Vibration tested with 256cps fork Position on 3-4 th digit Low Back Pain Diagnosis of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Guideline for imaging 50 years of age. congenital spine problems The history and physical exam reveal signs of a serious problem, such as( a fracture, tumor, infection, or damage or pressure on nerves.) History of arthritis in spine. History of a previous spine injury or back surgery. History of long-term steroid use or a history of drug abuse. Back pain > 4WKS Symptoms are worse. Several episodes of severe pain. Considering surgery. Low Back Pain Diagnosis of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Type of imaging Lumbosacral x-ray studies with flexion/ extension/oblique views MRI of the spine CT with 3-D reconstruction CT plus myelography Low Back Pain Diagnosis of low back pain by imaging-PowerPoint Presentation: Differential Diagnosis of low Back pain - Low Back PainPowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Diagnosis of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: MRI of the spine if patient demonstrates “Red flags” Neurologic deficits or progressive neurologic signs and symptoms Pain persisting more than 6 wk Diagnosis of low Back pain- Low Back PainPowerPoint Presentation: General considerations Primary therapy related to etiology Patient expectations Patient education related to pain treatment Pain treatment cost-effectiveness Prevention of back pain exacerbations Prevention of unnecessary surgery and suffering (failed-back-surgery syndrome) Low Back Pain Management of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Pharmacologic agents Opioid analgesics Anti- inflammatories Adjuvants and nonopioid analgesics Nonpharmacologic therapies Rehabilitative Interventional/surgical Low Back Pain Management of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Non opioid adjuvant analgesics Antidepressants TCAs ( nortriptyline , amitriptyline , desipramine ) SSRIs ( paroxetine , sertraline , fluoxetine ) Venlafaxine Alpha 2-adrenergic agonists Tizanidine , clonidine Low Back Pain Management of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Comprehensive assessment of patients is essential to form the appropriate treatment plan. In the majority of cases, pharmacologic treatment is the main approach. Low Back Pain Management of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Overall, 90% of patients will recover within 2 months without need for any invasive procedure. The management of acute back pain without sciatica or neurologic deficits calls for a conservative approach with analgesics and no bed rest. Low Back Pain Management of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: With sciatica and no neurologic deficits Conservative management with analgesics Bed rest for 2 – 3 d Activities as tolerated Neurologic consultation as needed With sciatica and positive neurologic deficit Individualized length of rest Analgesics MRI study plus urgent neurologic or emergent neurosurgical evaluation, according to progression of deficits and symptoms Low Back Pain Management of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Interventional/Surgical Disctectomy Decompression ( laminectomy , foraminotomy ) Spinal stabilization Vertebroplasty Injections Epidural procedures Z- joints block Medial branch block Low Back Pain Management of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Who needs Surgery- Unstable spin Acute fracture with neurological deficit Severe stenosis After failure of aggressive non-operative Rx Tomour Progressive neurological deficit. Low Back Pain Management of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Rehabilitative therapy- Exercises for strength and flexibility Weight-control management Behavioral relaxation techniques Alternative medicine and physiatric modalities Low Back Pain Management of low Back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Exercise Protect your back while sitting . Try different sleeping position Wear low-heeled shoes. Maintain body weight. Avoid Smoking –which increases osteoporosis Eat a nutritious diet . Getting plenty of calcium , phosphorus , and vitamin D may help prevent osteoporosis . Manage the stress in life Low Back Pain Prevention of low back pain-PowerPoint Presentation: Low Back Pain Indication Of Referral To A Specialist-PowerPoint Presentation: Schematic Diagram Of Management Of Low Back Pain- Low Back Pain Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd. Bangladesh : Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd. 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