Common types of pain
Muscle pain such as those that occur after a strain or sprain is particularly common in individuals aged 18–34 years,1 and are more common among those who engage in sporting activities.2
These soft-tissue injuries are a frequent cause of pain, but can be managed with a variety of physiotherapeutic3 and pharmaceutical4 interventions helping patients to get back to enjoying their life.
Explore how to manage acute sprains and strains.
According to the 2017 Global Pain Index 2017, an online survey, 36% of Canadians experience back pain and 34% experience lower back pain. As a result of their pain, six in ten Canadian sufferers feel their quality of life has decreased.5
Effective symptomatic relief is available to help patients manage their acute pain.4
Explore how to manage back pain due to acute injury.