There is no evidence that muscle relaxants can relieve back pain

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There is no evidence that muscle relaxants can relieve back pain – mahrgan

Alan Moses Health Day Reporter Friday, July 9, 2021 (Health Day News)-Although tens of millions of Americans are turning to muscle relaxants to relieve low back pain, a new Australian review found little evidence that such drugs actually work. This is the conclusion of an in-depth study of 31 previous surveys, which enrolled more than…

Experts say that the treatment of back pain with muscle relaxants is “very questionable”

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Experts say that the treatment of back pain with muscle relaxants is “very questionable” – mahrgan

A new study shows that commonly used muscle relaxants may temporarily relieve low back pain, but may also increase the risk of side effects. A systematic review of nearly 50 trials, sampling 6,505 participants, showed that non-benzodiazepine antispasmodics, widely used to suppress muscle spasms, should be used for acute pain in two weeks or less…

There is increasing evidence that complementary therapies are used to treat low back pain

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There is increasing evidence that complementary therapies are used to treat low back pain – mahrgan

“Oh, my back hurts!” It’s a complaint heard all over the world. Back pain is the main reason to see a doctor, because many people experience this pain throughout their lives. In 2016, treating back pain cost the U.S. healthcare system $134.5 billion, more than any other disease. Chronic low back pain—rather than the occasional…