Lower Back Pain Mishandling Now a Global Concern
Healthcare, as a topic, has for a long time been at the forefront of not only groundbreaking inventions but also a political agenda over which governments ‘make or break’. With healthcare under the scanner across the globe, a major study published in the reputed Lancet medical journal has observed that lower back pain is one of the most badly treated medical conditions in the world. The scale and scope of this mistreatment have not only astronomically increased but has now reached alarming global levels.
Widely considered to be the most common cause of disability, over 540 million individuals suffer from this crippling condition. As per the study, many medical practitioners around the world have been found to prescribe only bed rest and high-tech tests that neither solves the issue of back pain while prolonging as well as aggravating the condition too.
However, governments have now taken stock of the situation. Especially in the U.K, the NHS or the National Health Service has laid down guidelines for the treatment of unspecified lower back pain concerns. As per these new norms, the doctors are actively discouraged from recommending surgeries without identifying the problem. Furthermore, the merits of physical exercise and an active lifestyle are being pressed upon patients for a holistic approach towards treatment of several unidentified lower back pain conditions.
While physical exercises and avoidance of surgeries are definitely beneficial for patients, yet depending upon the intensity, lower back pain can be extremely discomforting. This is where you should give a try to ThioQuest Gel. A fast acting gel, ThioQuest offers effective relief from pain and spasms, while simultaneously relaxing muscles and reduces swelling. Featuring powerful natural extracts of linseed oil, menthol and thiocolchicoside, this non-greasy and non-staining gel is your best bet for fast action relief from muscle spasms and inflammation.
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