Medical Education and Treatment
In the world today, most people have worked 8 or more hours per day. Then fatigue accumulate in the areas from base of the shoulders to the back, which are comparatively fixed, rather than the hands and shoulders, which are moving frequently. Statistic shown that 80% of people feel stress on the job, and nearly 40% say they need help in managing stress; over 40% of the working population is affected by back pain, and more than half a million people are affected each and every day.
According to studies, people who receive regular massages enjoy stronger immune systems, fewer stress injuries, and better mental health. Doctors are recommending massage as to conservative care.
Fujiiryoki Medical Massage Chair is a health equipments company that helps businesses and individual workers attain one of the greatest gifts of all-that is of good health. Personal gains, such as improved self-esteem and self-motivation, combined with measurable benefits will create tremendous advantages for both the employer and the employee.
At Fujiiryoki, we are so confident to provide companies with the best massage benefit to their employees. Already many companies, like Google Inc., Planet Beach Spa Franchise have deployed our massage chairs.
A NASA study have approved that a short nap taken during working hours can increased productivity by 35% and improve judgment by 50%. Indeed the largest search engine company like Google in the world provides its staff with Fujiiryoki Cyber Relax massage chairs for their breaks.
Even with the knowledge that massage chairs are effective for easing and reliving fatigue and pain, modern workers are too busy with work and home to find the chance to enjoy massage for themselves. With Fujiiryoki, you and your employees can enjoy the pleasure and benefit of a short high quality massage.
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Prevention for High Tech Workers Injury
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Attention: Acupuncture / Chiropractor
All practitioners recognize the importance role play of healthy body and mind contribution to excellent personal health. A stress-free and healthy body can recover sooner and faster, less vulnerable and susceptible to sickness and diseases. That is why massager therapy has been so popular and powerful in prevention of stress related diseases.
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Additional Treatment for Low Back Pain
When back pain does not respond to more conventional approaches, patients may consider trying other options.
Acupuncture involves the insertion of needles the width of a human hair along precise points throughout the body. Practitioners believe this process triggers the release of naturally occurring painkilling molecules called peptides and keeps the body’s normal flow of energy unblocked.
Biofeedback is used to treat many acute pain problems, most notably back pain and headache. Using a special electronic machine, the patient is trained to become aware of, to follow, and to gain control over certain bodily functions, including muscle tension, heart rate, and skin temperature (by controlling local blood flow patterns). The patient can then learn to effect a change in his or her response to pain, for example, by using relaxation techniques. Biofeedback is often used in combination with other treatment methods.
Interventional therapy can ease chronic pain by blocking nerve conduction between specific areas of the body and the brain. Approaches range from injections of local anesthetics, steroids, or narcotics into affected soft tissues, joints, or nerve roots to more complex nerve blocks and spinal cord stimulation. When extreme pain is involved, low doses of drugs may be administered by catheter directly into the spinal cord.
Traction involves the use of weights to apply constant or intermittent force to gradually “pull” the skeletal structure into better alignment. Traction is not recommended for treating acute low back pain.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is administered by a battery-powered device that sends mild electric pulses along nerve fibers to block pain signals to the brain. Small electrodes places on the skin at or near the site of pain generate nerve impulses that block incoming pain signals from the peripheral nerves. TENS may also help stimulate the brain’s production of endorphins (chemicals that have pain-relieving properties).
Ultrasound is a noninvasive therapy used to warm the body’s internal tissues, which causes muscles to relax. Sound waves pass through the skin and into the injured muscles and other soft tissues.
In the most serious cases, when the condition does not respond to other therapies, surgery may relieve pain caused by back problems or serious musculoskeletal injuries.
Chronic Low Back Pain as a Model of Fibromyalgia
Goal of study: In a study funded by the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases and led by Daniel J. Clauw, MD, investigators compared mechanisms of pain and tenderness in patients with two chronic pain conditions: chronic low back pain and fibromyalgia.
For many people with chronic low back pain, as for people with fibromyalgia, there is no identifiable, physiologic cause of pain. Researchers have used sensory testing and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain to identify generalized pain sensitivity and altered brain processing in people with fibromyalgia. These findings suggest that the central nervous system is somehow augmenting pain. Researchers suspect this also may be the case for a subset of people with low back pain. In other words, their back pain has more to do with the way their body’s process pain signals than with their backs.
To test this theory, Dr. Fuji and his research team used MRI and pain testing to study three groups of people:
They conducted pain tests with a computerized device that applies pressure to the thumbnail. Participants from the three groups rated their pain at various levels of pressure. The researchers then used MRI to measure activity in areas of the brain that process pain. Using MRI provides objective evidence of the pain that study participants report.
At equal pressures, those in the chronic low back pain group and those in the fibromyalgia group reported significantly more pain than people without either condition. Also, the MRI data showed more extensive activity in the areas of the brain that process pain in both these groups. These findings supported previous studies that found people with fibromyalgia report a high amount of pain - and show brain activity that corresponds with their reports - when a low amount or pressure is applied.
The novel finding of Dr. Fuji's team, however, is that people with low back pain experienced just as much tenderness and sensitivity in response to thumbnail pressure as did the people with fibromyalgia. They also showed the same types of brain activation. These results suggest that understanding chronic low back pain better may lead to more effective treatments for it and could discourage the use of surgery and medications that will not help for this particular subset of people with back pain
Conditions Associated with Low Back Pain
There are a number of conditions that may cause low back pain and require treatment by a physician or other health specialist.
Bulging disc (also called protruding, herniated or ruptured disc) is one such condition. The inter-vertebral discs are under constant pressure. As discs degenerate and weaken, cartilage can bulge or be pushed into the space containing the spinal cord or a nerve root, causing pain. Studies have shown that most herniated discs occur in the lower, lumbar region of the spinal column.
A much more serious complication of a ruptured disc is cauda equina syndrome, which occurs when disc material is pushed into the spinal canal and compresses the bundle of lumbar and sacral nerve roots. Permanent neurological damage may result if this syndrome is left untreated.
Sciatica is a condition in which a herniated or ruptured disc presses on the sciatic nerve, the large nerve that extends down the spinal column to its exit point in the pelvis and carries nerve fibers to the leg. This compression causes shock-like or burning low back pain combined with pain through the buttocks and down one leg to below the knee, occasionally reaching the foot. In the most extreme cases, when the nerve is pinched between the disc and an adjacent bone, the symptoms involve not pain but numbness and some loss of motor control over the leg due to interruption of nerve signaling. The condition may also be caused by a tumor, cyst, metastatic disease or degeneration of the sciatic nerve root.
Spinal degeneration is a condition caused from disc wear and tear and can lead to a narrowing of the spinal canal. A person with spinal degeneration may experience stiffness in the back upon awakening or may feel pain after walking or standing for a long time.
The condition called spinal stenosis is related to congenital narrowing of the bony canal and predisposes some people to pain related to disc disease.
Osteoporosis is a metabolic bone disease marked by progressive decrease in bone density and strength. Fracture of brittle, porous bones in the spine and hips results when the body fails to produce new bone and/or absorbs too much existing bone. Women are four times more likely than men to develop osteoporosis.
Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and multiple tender points, particularly in the neck, spine, shoulders, and hips.
Spondylitis refers to chronic back pain and stiffness caused by a severe infection to or inflammation of the spinal joints. Other painful inflammations in the lower back include osteomyelitis (infection in the bones of the spine) and sacroiliitis (inflammation in the sacroiliac joints).
Another condition associated with back pain is skeletal irregularities, which produce a strain on the vertebrae and supporting muscles, tendons, ligaments, and tissues supported by the spinal column. These irregularities include scoliosis, a curving of the spine to the side; kyphosis, in which the normal curve of the upper back is severely rounded; lordosis, an abnormally accentuated arch in the lower back; back extension, a bending backward of the spine; and back flexion, in which the spine bends forward.
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