Pain Relief Blog
MDcure may decrease your need to take pain killers
For some, taking expensive and potentially habit forming pain killers are needed to mask their chronic low back pain. MDcure, which actually relieves low back pain, decreases inflammation and promotes cellular healing, may decrease the need to take such pain killers!
You’d need to be living under a rock to not be aware that the use of powerful pain killers, opioids in particular, has reached epidemic proportions.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)…
- Health care providers wrote 259 million prescriptions for opioid pain relievers in 2012 – enough for every American adult to have a bottle of pills.
- Prescription opioid sales in the U.S. have increased by 300% since 1999, but there has not been an overall change in the amount of pain Americans report.
- Almost 2 million Americans either abused or were dependent on opioid pain relievers in 2013.
- In 2013, more than 16,000 people died in the U.S. from overdose related to opioid pain relievers, four times the number in 1999.
The CDC believes that improving the way opioids are prescribed through guidelines can ensure patients have access to safer, more effective treatment. It could also reduce the number of people who misuse, abuse, or overdose on pain killers.
Check the new CDC guidelines here:
How can you treat low back pain while minimizing the use of pain killers?
An alternative approach to taking pain killers is referred to as “non-pharmacologic therapy”. What that means is treating pain using little to no pain killers. That’s where MDcure fits in.
How does MDcure work?
MDcure relieves low back pain and muscular aches. It accelerates the production of new blood vessels and reduces inflammation when used as directed and may decrease your need to take a lot of pain killers.
MDcure can also be used while you are taking medications since there are no medicinal contradictions.
MDcure has helped body builders, athletes and even pro fighters to overcome their muscular aches and pain. It could help you too. Please feel free to look at our testimonial page.
Now, it’s your turn! Have you used pain killers as part of your chronic low back pain treatment? Are you taking higher doses than you were initially to combat the pain? Please let us know in the comments section.
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