Managing Low Back Pain | Akridge & Akridge Chiropractic
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.
Do you know was IS effective for low back pain? Chiropractic Care — Like what’s provided in our office!
Take a look at this video for more information about low back pain and how chiropractic care can help.
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Source: Schreijenberg M, Christine CL, Mclachlan AJ, Williams CM, Kamper SJ, Koes BW, Maher CG, Billot L. Paracetamol is ineffective for acute low back pain even for patients who comply with treatment: complier average causal effect analysis of a randomized controlled trial. Pain. 2019 Aug. Link