Sciatica

Combination Therapies for Low Back Pain, Sciatica May Not Have Added Benefit

Combination Therapies for Low Back Pain, Sciatica May Not Have Added Benefit

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There is a lack of evidence supporting the benefits of combination drug therapy over monotherapy for the management of low back pain and sciatica.

Various Factors Affect Progress in Back-Related Leg Pain, Sciatica

Various Factors Affect Progress in Back-Related Leg Pain, Sciatica

Belief in a long recovery, many symptoms attributed to pain negatively tied to improvement/

Incidence of Musculoskeletal Disorders, Depression in Migraine

Incidence of Musculoskeletal Disorders, Depression in Migraine

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Fibromyalgia, osteoarthritis, sciatic syndrome, rheumatoid arthritis, and moderate depression may be more prevalent in working-age individuals with vs without migraine.

Neuropathic Pain in Low Back-Related Leg Pain: the State of Evidence

Neuropathic Pain in Low Back-Related Leg Pain: the State of Evidence

A systematic review points to a dearth of evidence regarding the neuropathic etiology of low back-related leg pain.

Pregabalin Not Effective for Sciatica Treatment

Pregabalin Not Effective for Sciatica Treatment

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A randomized trial found that pregabalin is not more effective than placebo in treating sciatica, and resulted in more adverse effects.

Pregabalin for Sciatica: Is It Effective?

Pregabalin for Sciatica: Is It Effective?

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In patients with sciatica pain, treatment with pregabalin did not significantly reduce pain intensity compared with placebo.

Managing Spinal Pain With NSAIDs?

Managing Spinal Pain With NSAIDs?

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Meta-analysis indicates short-term NSAID use is generally safe and can relieve pain, but lacks clinically important benefits.

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