So what are the best pain tablets for back pain?
Matthew Ash, a Spinal Physiotherapist at myPhysioSA in Adelaide explains there is enough evidence
to confirm that using anti-inflammatories
(non steroidal anti-inflammatories or NSAID’s)
is the most effective medication to use for easing acute low back pain.
These can be used in the short term to reduce pain so you can get moving again.
You will need to consult your doctor or pharmacist to get further advice about the best pain tablets for back pain to see if they are appropriate for you.