Treatment for Acute Pain

Dr. Melissa Guanche

To treat acute back pain the first thing to do is consulting a physician, affirms Dr. Melissa Guanche, Physiatrist at Baptist Health Neuroscience Center.

Anti-inflammatories are one of the best indications for acute pain, she says, but it’s very important that the patient makes sure he can take them, rather no longer than two weeks.

Fresh natural food can help anti-inflammatory, the specialist argues, and also adds that when all the traditional treatment doesn’t work, the doctor can recommend some injections.

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