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NSAIDs, MUSCLE RELAXANTS, EXERCISE RECOMMENDED FOR ACUTE LOWER BACK PAIN

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NSAIDs, MUSCLE RELAXANTS, EXERCISE RECOMMENDED FOR ACUTE LOWER BACK PAIN during the first month of treatment, HHS' Agency for Health Care Policy & Research clinical practice guideline recommends. Released at a Dec. 8 press conference in Washington, D.C., the guideline on acute low back problems in adults estimates that nine of 10 cases of low back problems "will resolve themselves within the first month." Therefore, the AHCPR panel suggested a conservative course of treatment of OTC pain killers, muscle relaxants and low-stress exercise such as walking, swimming or biking.
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