A recent study on Acetaminophen (Tylenol) found that it is NOT effective for acute low back pain. In addition, Paracetamolis ineffective for acute LBP even for patients who comply with treatment. This reinforces the notion that management of acute LBP should focus on providing patients advice and reassurance without the addition of paracetamol.
Did you know that on average we lose about 15% of our muscle strength per decade after the age of 50?
Its Globally Organized Hug a Runner Day (aka GOHARD)!
Although we can’t extend a physical hug, we’d love to share a helpful tip: