Facebook Live 9th October 2019
Should we rely on them? The answer is no. Pain killers are one of the silent killers in the present world where up to 3 deaths per day were reported by the Australian Bureau of Statistics last year. They provide a quick easy masking effect that allows every-day Australians to get on with their lives without the interference of pain but the reality is, up to 750,000 Australians are reported to be addicted to painkillers. The most common demographic in this population are middle-aged men, between the ages of 35-64 years,
Instead of relying on painkillers, there are many conservative treatments out there that can help address the cause of the pain instead of being a temporary bandaid fix. Exercises are the best form of treatment for any musculoskeletal-related injury but knowing the correct technique and your body’s limits are important.