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Dr. Jane Leavell of the Rhino Scoliosis Center at 4045 Wadsworth said screenings are especially significant for school age children and teens.
Paracetamol comes across as the first-line treatment for GPs dealing with acute attacks of the most common form of back pain.
Grace Anna Rodgers has faced many obstacles in her short life, but she meets each and every one with a song.
While geometrical personalization of the spine is no more an issue, thanks to recent technological advances, non-invasive personalization of soft tissue's mechanical properties remains a challenge."
Laser Spine Institute will be opening three new ambulatory surgery centers this year, breaking into the Midwestern United States.
MARK COLVIN: It's bad news for back pain sufferers, bad news for doctors, and bad news for the makers of the commonly used painkiller paracetamol.
Acetaminophen is found to be pretty useless for lower-back pain, according to a new study; Apple is denying building surveillance backdoors into its iOS operating system; and, hey... guess what... dogs get jealous.
German researchers say monitoring pulse is a simple and effective first step in detecting an irregular heartbeat which is a major cause of having a second stroke.
Recent news discounts positive effect of drug, Paracetmatol, aka Acetominophen as found in Tylenol and other OTC meds for relief of lower back pain.
About two-thirds of adults have lower back pain at some point in their lives, and most are told to take acetaminophen, sold under brand names like Tylenol, Anacin and Panadol.
Acetaminophen, the drug found in Tylenol, works no better than a dummy pill at reducing lower-back pain in some people, nor does it help these patients get better any faster, a new study finds.
Paracetamol, a painkiller universally recommended to treat people with acute low back pain, does not speed recovery or reduce pain from the condition, according to the results of a large trial published on Thursday.
Paracetamol is no better than placebo at speeding recovery from acute episodes of lower back pain or improving pain levels, function, sleep, or quality of life, according to the first large randomised trial to compare the effectiveness of paracetamol with placebo for low-back pain.
Acetaminophen, sold as Tylenol and Paracetamol, among other names, is recommended in numerous guidelines for back pain, mainly because it has few side effects; past studies have shown it works for other types of pain.
Gardening and tending to our yards are common activities this time of year, which require a lot of sustained postures and repetitive movements, such as forward bending and the twisting of our spine.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 07:21 pm
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