Doubts About Acetaminophen for LBP, OA Lead to Discussion of Effectiveness of Exercise

A new study that questions the effectiveness of acetaminophen for low back pain (LBP) and hip or knee osteoarthritis (OA) has also sparked a discussion about what does work: namely, movement and exercise.

Research shows that over the counter medication is ineffective in treating back and joint pain. Movement and proper exercises are more effective. Your Physical Therapist at Christie Clinic can help in the management of your pain.

To read more about this study, click here for the full article.



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