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Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are commonly used to manage the pain and inflammation (swelling and redness) associated with some types of arthritis (such as rheumatoid arthritis) and other musculoskeletal disorders.

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Dr. Ali and his staff are awesome. I was referred to them and they were able to get me in right away and help me with the lower back pain I had been having for a couple of years caused from protruding discs. They scheduled me for steroid injections. I admit I was nervous because I was afraid the injections would be painful- but no pain at all just a little pressure as the medicine was being injected. The final result is amazing- NO MORE PAIN! I understand that the I may need another injection in the future and that will be fine since I know now that it doesn't hurt and it works. I recommend ArchPoint Pain Institute and Dr. Ali to help with any pains you may be experiencing - don't live in pain for years like I did- Make an appointment and let them help you too!!!

- Karen Mayhue


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What is it?

NSAIDs are also used to treat conditions such as migraine, period pain and postoperative pain, and to reduce fever. These can be an excellent first line treatment option if you are having acute or intermittent pain. 

Talk to your doctor about it. 

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Common NSAIDs

Some commonly used NSAIDs include:

  • aspirin (such as Disprin)

  • ibuprofen (such as Nurofen)

  • naproxen (such as Naprosyn)

  • diclofenac (such as Voltaren)

  • celecoxib (such as Celebrex).

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