Coccygectomy, tailbone pain, back and coccydynia

Coccyx pain treatment

Coccyx pain treatment can come in a variety of different methods, some of which may help you and others may not. Because each person is unique and their body may reacts to different treatments, do not feel discouraged if you try one and you do not get the results you expect. Coccyx pa
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Treatment for coccyx pain

When one is suffering from coccydynia or a fractured coccyx, treatment for coccyx pain is of great importance. The pain caused from a broken tailbone or fractured coccyx can almost be unbearable for those who are afflicted. It seems that the pain will never go away, but there are opti
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How To Tell If You Have a Broken Tailbone or Fractured Coccyx

The following article contains tips on how to tell if you have a broken tailbone or fractured coccyx. Do you have chronic pain in your tailbone or coccyx area that simply won’t go away? Are you unable to stand or sit for any length of time at all without going crazy from the pai
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How to Select a Good Coccyx or Tailbone Seat Cushion

You’ve been suffering from coccyx and tailbone pain for a long time and someone has suggested you try out a coccyx cushion. How does one select a good coccyx or tailbone seat cushion? The tailbone (coccyx) is, surprisingly, a very important part of the human body. The coccyx for
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What are the Treatments for a Broken Tailbone?

A fracture occurs when too much force is placed on the bone, causing it to break. According to the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, most fractures are the result of trauma, such as a fall or a car accident. In most cases, a broken tailbone occurs when a person falls backward
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Steps to deciding to have tailbone removal surgery (coccygectomy)

For people who suffer with tailbone pain or coccydynia (coccyx pain), it can be difficult to decide whether or not to have the coccyx surgery to remove the tailbone (coccyx removal surgery, also called coccygectomy). These steps will focus on helping people and their doctors decide wh
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How do you know if you have coccyx or tailbone pain?

Are you having trouble sitting for long periods of time? Did you fall or injure your tailbone and the pain simply won’t go away? Does it feel like you have a pole sticking up the back of your spine? This video, presented by Patrick Foye M.D., will help you diagnose that you have
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