To treat low back pain spasms at home, apply a hot or cold pack to the affected area, recommends WebMD. Low back pain can also be alleviated by resting, taking over-the-counter pain relief medications or exercising. More »

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Treatments for lower back spasms include cold and hot compresses, physical therapy and certain medications, states Healthline. Anti-inflammatory injections may help counter the problem as well. More »

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Although they offer no guarantee of a permanent cure, home remedies can offer some relief for back spasms and pain. Some of these remedies include capsaicin cream, vitamin D, certain herbs and magnesium supplements, acco... More »

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Muscle spasms are also referred to as muscle cramps and cause pain, hardness and tightening of the muscles, according to WebMD. Muscle spasms commonly occur in calf muscles, the thighs, the arms and in the abdomen. More »

Lower back pain can be treated with medications such as acetaminophen, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, muscle relaxants, opiate pain relievers and antidepressants, according to WebMD. In addition, evidence suggests... More »

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Nasal irrigation, which involves rinsing the nasal cavity with a salt water or saline solution; pressing a warm, damp towel or gel pack on the sinus area for five to 10 minutes several times daily; and breathing in the s... More »

Many types of equipment are available for helping patients with low back pain, including back braces, lumbar support pillows, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) and traction devices, states WebMD and Ever... More »

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