NSAIDS

Every day, an estimated 30 million people worldwide take a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medication or NSAID.

NSAIDs are used to address acute (short term) as well as chronic back, neck, and muscle pain.

These versatile medications, available in over-the-counter and prescription strength, treat both pain and inflammation. Inflammation is a contributing factor in most back pain conditions, so reducing inflammation is important to alleviate the pain.

NSAIDS
  • Product Description

    Common uses for NSAIDs include treatment for:

    • Mild or moderate back pain, tenderness, inflammation, and stiffness
      Activity-related pain or discomfort (e.g. pain that follows sports or activities such as housework, shoveling
      snow, or other exertion)
    • Pain related to muscle strain in the low back and elsewhere
    • Neck stiffness related to muscle, ligament, or tendon strains or damage
    • Osteoarthritis joint pain
    • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Guidelines

    Taking NSAIDs continuously, rather than just at the onset of pain, helps build up the body’s anti-inflammatory blood level, resulting in a better healing environment in the affected area. The efficacy is markedly lower if NSAIDs are taken only when experiencing pain.

    Any adverse reactions from taking an NSAID, or any other medication, should be reported to the doctor without
    delay.

  • Clinical Research

    NSAIDs comprise a large class of drugs that act by hampering body substances called prostaglandins, which trigger feelings of pain, giving NSAIDs fever-reducing, pain-relieving, and anti-inflammatory properties. There are many types of non-prescription (over-the-counter) and prescription NSAIDs. The four NSAIDs most often
    used to treat many types of back and neck pain are:

    • Aspirin , Ibuprofen , Naproxen, Celecoxib
  • Availability

    Sysnac: On Set of pain relief within 18 minutes
    Better tolerability than other NSAID’s
    Indication: Pain, Osteosrthritis and Inflamation, Dental Pain & Surgery
    Walk More: Major component of joint cartilage
    Reduces pain and improves Physical function
    Indication: Osteosrthritis, Joint Pain, Post Knee Surgery
    Sysnac-P: Faster & More potent anti-inflammatory action than Diclofenac 4
    Cardio –Vascular Side Effects are not reported
    Indication: Pain & Fever with RTI, Low back Pain, Sore throat
    SysnacTH: Effective anti-inflammatory and analgesic
    Targets only the inflammatory site with its site specific action, Time tested and trusted analgesic.
    Indication: Muscle Spasms, Chronic Musculoskeletal pain, post – Operative Pain