Acetaminophen plus diclofenac and diclofenac monotherapy are comparable to acetaminophen alone for pain relief in patients with acute blunt minor musculoskeletal extremity trauma.
Acetaminophen-Diclofenac Combination Similar to Acetaminophen Monotherapy for Musculoskeletal Pain Relief
Orginally Published At: Musculoskeletal Pain
Family, twin, and adoption studies have yielded enormous amounts of valuable information about drug dependence as a multifactorial and polygenic disorder.30,32 Chronic drug exposure renders lasting molecular and cellular changes in the central nervous system including alternations in gene expression, mRNA level, protein level, and synaptic plasticity.39 Molecular as well as behavioral studies indicate that […]
Pain is amongst the most common symptoms that patients report to physicians and is often critical to manage.15 Pain sensitivity reflects individual pain perception, predicts acute post-operative pain and analgesic use,1,22,35 and may relate to chronic pain development.10 It shows large interindividual variability, challenging both objective experimental testing and clinical evaluation.11,30 The assessment of pain […]
I’ve had an article on PainScience.com about the “weird” scalene muscle group for many, many years. I added these thoughts to that article just a couple days ago… Is the clinical importance of scalenes exaggerated? Some muscles in the human body are put on a weird pedestal by many massage therapists, made into the scapegoat […]