médicaments mal de dosFollowing public health data, 60 to 90% of the population suffers from back pain regularly. Medical help and guidance are available.


These medicines are here to alleviate your temporary or chronic pain. While the level one painkillers, such as paracetamol and aspirine are available in pharmacies, level 2 and level 3 painkillers can only be prescribed by a doctor. They can only be taken as part of an ongoing medical monitoring.


These medicines can alleviate pain in case of important local inflammation. They act on the human body through different biochemical channels than painkillers, and, depending on the case, can be more efficient.

Dr Agachi prones a minimally invasive approach to treatments, both medical and surgical. Although a neurosurgeon by training, he recognizes that with back pain, a non invasive medical treatment is often more appropriate. However, it is important for a specialized team to diagnose the primary cause of the back pain, to prescribe the appropriate treatment, and to follow the evolution of your condition.