STUDY SUGGESTS OTC PAIN RELIEVERS ARE MORE EFFECTIVE THAN ORAL OPIOIDS

2018-07-10T15:23:14+00:00July 8th, 2015|Categories: Latest News|

Study Suggests OTC Pain Relievers Are More Effective Than Oral Opioids

A study from the National Safety Council shows that the oral opioid medications are not as strong as OTC ibuprofen in relieving pain and that the combination of low-dose ibuprofen and acetaminophen (Tylenol) is the best pain reliever. Read the reports, get the facts and ask your physician before filling an opioid prescription.

Read the Reports:

Evidence for the Efficacy of Pain Medications
By Donald Teater, MD, 2014
Medical Advisor, National Safety Council

The Psychological and Physical Side Effects of Pain Medications
By Donald Teater, MD, 2015
Medical Advisor, National Safety Council

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