Tramadol Chronic Back Pain Relief
Chronic Pain Relief Product Tramadol
Tramadol is patented by Grünenthal and licensed to other companies under many different names, most commonly Ultram or Ultran ER for extended release by Ortho-McNeil. It is also sometimes combined with paracetamol to make the product name Tramacet or Ultramed. Tramadol can be found in most countries under a listing of names due to this licensing. In some countries it is sold over the counter, or without prescription use; but in the United states it is a prescription only drug.
Tramadol Chronic Back Pain Relief is indicated for use controlling moderate to moderately severe pain. It is believed to work by acting on the noradrenergic and serotonergic systems of the brain as well as working as a mild agonism of the opioid receptor, similar to a narcotic drug. Serotonergic-modulating properties of Tramadol it the potential to interact with other seretonergenic agaents, such as SSRI's. It is advised that you consult with your healthcare provider before taking Tramadol if you take medications of the SSRI class. While a powerful drug in it's own right, Tramadol has not been shown to display any recognized addictive properties as in other narcotics, making it a recommended medication for chronic back pain and long term treatment.
Tapentadol, branded under the trade name Nucynta, is chemically similiar to Trmadol and patented by Grünenthal. Tapentadol is described as having a potency between Tramadol and morphine. Some narcotic pain medications work in a similar fashion to Tramadol, and should not be taken in conjuction to Tramadol or Ultram. Oxycodone or Oxycontin and other opiates work on pain receptors of the brain and taking more than one type together may result in an over dosage.
Using Tramadol for chronic back pain relief has been shown to be effective in all countries it is found in. Having been formulated to display the benefits of narcotic medications without the withdrawal or addictive properties makes it a top choice for chronic pain patients.
Author: J. Dooley, Chronic Pain Syndome Treatment Reviews