Noninvasive Chronic Pain Treatments
In general, pain management can be classified by the degree of intervention they offer. Some treatments are not invasive and do not use medications, such as physical therapy. Others require pain management techniques that are pharmacologic, such as pain relievers that are taken orally or topically. And lastly, invasive techniques, such as injections, are usually used as a last resource.
There is a wide variety of noninvasive non-drug treatments available to help with chronic pain treatment. Some of the most common forms are listed below:
Pain relievers are available to treat train at almost every stage of the disease. The most commonly used pharmacological treatments include:
Pain medications or analgesics such as acetaminophen