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"It's my back, Doc!" Part 2 (Teacher: Michael)

Sometimes, immobilisation of the in a plaster jacket for six weeks, cures the pain, or it a special injection to the trick.

Nevertheless, some backs never and we to resort to surgery. This involve removing one of the discs, and fixing the spine so that it bend at the affected level.

These "failed backs" a source of sorrow to the doctor and distress to the patient; no one knows why some backs this way.

What you when your goes? Rest as soon as possible, preferably on a hard bed, and painkillers for as as it takes to ease the pain.

Hot baths to relax the , but remember someone around who you if you stuck.

Back pains that on this regime after four weeks looking into. But you to your doctor about a certificate before then, so he guide you through the backache maze.

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