Naproxen Plus Muscle Relaxants vs Naproxen Monotherapy for Low Back Pain
Researchers assessed the functional outcomes in patients with acute, non-radicular, non-traumatic low back pain.
Two screening tools, the STarT Back Screening Tool and the Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Questionnaire, may be useful in predicting the transition from subacute and acute to chronic low back pain.
Medicaid, commercial, and Medicare Advantage consistently cover physical, occupational, and chiropractic therapy for chronic noncancer low back pain, but not other options, including acupuncture or psychological therapies for low back ...
Low dose amitriptyline may represent an effective alternative to opioid medications for the treatment of chronic low back pain.