Treatment of hip and abdominal pain without surgery
Treatment of follicular bone pain with non-surgical methods
Coxidine is a term used to treat pain. The coccyx is a triangular-shaped small bone, consisting of two to three vertebrae, often fused together. The name is derived from a Greek word meaning “(bird) Coco” because it resembles the beak of this bird. The follicle is attached to the end of the spine by a number of strong ligaments supporting the joint of the follicle.
The pelvic floor muscles are closely related to the follicle. The pelvic floor muscles are attached to the pubic bone in front of the pelvis on one side, covering the pelvis (between the legs), and are attached to the base of the spine and trunk from the back. These muscles act as support and support for the pelvic organs and help control urine and stool control.
Causes and reasons
Follicular pain can occur at all ages and women are five times more likely than men to develop it. The reasons for this include:
Accidents (falling on the trail)
Severe weight loss
Spontaneous onset of pain, without any known cause.
Signs and symptoms
Symptoms range from mild to severe pain, varying in severity, frequency, and durability for each patient.
Generally, follicle bone pain is exacerbated by performing the following exercises:
Sitting, especially on a hard surface, for a long time, with a bad physical condition (poor posture)
Getting up from the sitting position
Stand for a long time
Climbing the stairs
Ways and Methods of Treatment
At Dr. Moqtadari’s clinic, our specialists will talk to you about your diagnosis after examining all the factors involved in your complication and will help you develop a multidimensional treatment plan tailored to your needs that will help you diagnose and treat your pain. Treatment of any underlying condition that may contribute to the onset or exacerbation of your symptoms.
We offer effective treatment options that include:
Use non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) such as aspirin and ibuprofen to ease your pain and keep you moving and moving your body. However, if you have kidney disease or a history of gastric or intestinal bleeding, or taking blood thinning medications (such as comedine), consult your doctor before using NSAIDs. Of course, if you have such conditions, you should take acetaminophen, which reduces pain but does not affect inflammation. Tramadol is also usually prescribed for a short period because it is an addictive drug. If tramadol is prescribed for a longer period, it should first be gradually lowered to stop its use so that the patient does not have withdrawal symptoms.
In physiotherapy of the thighs, painful muscle structures such as the anterior levator muscles, coccygeus or piriformis are manipulated. Myofascial release techniques are used to do this. Local modalities can also be helped.
Corticosteroid injection (prednisone): This drug is used alone or in combination with topical anesthesia, near the joint between the sacrum and the bone of the follicle, to treat pain caused by Hypothyroidism or ischemic bursa.
Prolotherapy: It is used to strengthen ligaments with minor rupture or sprain after a trauma. This technique promotes the growth of the ligament and thereby strengthens it.
Imperial ganglion blockers: In some specific cases, chronic follicular pain (hyper ganglion impar) relieves immediate pain (within minutes), which can last several hours and can greatly reduce long-term pain; several times Injection of more durable anesthetics, such as bupivoxin, can relieve pain for several months and can greatly reduce pain in the long run. Botox injection, alone or with an anesthetic, relieves pain for longer than a single anesthetic.
Elimination of Impar ganglion: In cases of persistent follicular pain that does not respond to other treatments, the destruction of Impar ganglion relieves pain for a long time. People who temporarily relieve pain by injecting topical anesthetics are usually relieved by nerve damage by injecting ethanol or phenol or by radio frequency destruction. Sometimes, this action has to be repeated.
Stimulation of sacral nerve root
Spinal cord stimulation (sacral neuromodulation): In this method, chronic pain in the pelvis, caused by, for example, fracture of the pelvis, is alleviated by a small device similar to the heart rate regulator mounted beneath the hips.
After local anesthesia is injected into the area of the follicle, the physician extends the glove to the patient’s anus and places the thumb outward on the follicle and bends the rectum for a minute. Hand manipulation, especially if combined with an anesthetic injection, can relieve pain in the long run; this treatment works best for people with short-term pain and trauma-related pain, but for those with a permanent (boiling) effect Not much.
Surgery is rarely used to treat pain, and this option is only recommended when other treatments do not work. Surgery of the follicle is performed in two forms, one is a coccyxectomy in which the cortex is completely removed, and the other is a partial or limited coccyxectomy in which part of the cortex is removed.