Bacteria Cause of Chronic Lower Back Pain?

Bacteria Cause of Chronic Lower Back Pain?

Andrea Gerlin writing in Bloomberg News reported
, “As many as four in 10 cases of chronic lower back pain are probably caused by bacteria,
and treatment with antibiotics may cure them,” according to a 162-patient study published
in the European Spine Journal. The study found that “as many as 80 percent of the participants
with persistent back pain following a herniated disc and swelling in the spine reported an
improvement after taking antibiotics three times daily for 100 days.” The back “pain
is caused by an infection of Proprione acne bacteria inside the affected spinal disc,
study author Hanne B.Albert said.” Comment: Very intriguing. Reminds me of the
initial reports that Helobacter was the cause of gastrointestinal ulcers.

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