The Problem With Aspirin and Other Pain Meds

July 18, 2013 in Our News & Bulletins by Primary Spine & Rehab

The Problem with Aspirin and Other Pain Meds:

Perhaps as much as 10% of our population takes aspirin or similar pain meds regularly to help with chronic pain conditions. The problem is that using these pain meds multiple times per week on a regular basis is connected to increased risk of renal cell cancer, cartilage damage, gastrointestinal complications, and even hearing loss. If a doctor has instructed you to take aspirin or a similar over-the-counter medicine on a regular basis, your doctor has already weighed the pros and cons of the medication. However, most people taking these meds routinely are self-medicating – thinking that the pills are harmless. See your doctor or see us to make sure you are on the right track.

For many cases of chronic pain, we can lessen or even free people from their pain with 100% healthy techniques.

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