News just in from our client, Pain Care Specialists of Florida: Facts you didn’t know about common painkillers

Dr. Escobar, pain management doctor in Pembroke Pines, shares unknown facts about common pain relievers. A few decades ago, easing your pain was relatively easy: take two aspirin pills and call the doctor in the morning. Now the pharmaceutical market offers a variety of options to choose, which can sometimes make it more complicated for customers to make the right choice.

Willow bark was one of the earliest painkillers. Extracts or teas of willow bark have been used to treat fever and pain for more than 2,000 years. Unfortunately, the active ingredient, salicylic acid, is not good for the stomach. In 1897, a German chemist working for the Bayer Company found a way to modify salicylic acid so it was less harmful. The compound he came up with, acetylsalicylic acid, is what we know as aspirin. It remained the premier painkiller until the development of acetaminophen in 1956 and ibuprofen in 1962. Since then, more than a dozen others have entered the market. Dr. Escobar, pain management doctor in Pembroke Pines, shares his knowledge to help you make a proper choice.

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