Exercise Rehabilitation Combined with Indomethacin in the Treatment of Chronic Soft Tissue Injury of Lumbar Muscle
As a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory analgesic, indomethacin has anti-inflammatory, antipyretic and analgesic effects. Its mechanism of action is to reduce the synthesis of prostaglandins by inhibiting cyclooxygenase activity, and to stop the painful nerve impulses in inflammatory tissues. Forms and relieves the inflammatory effects of endogenous prostaglandins. This article explores the role of exercise rehabilitation combined with indomethacin in the treatment of chronic soft tissue injury of the lumbar muscle. Chronic lumbar muscle strain refers to the chronic injury of soft tissues such as lumbar muscles, fascia, and ligaments. The clinical incidence rate is 80% of patients with back and leg pain. It is a common and frequently-occurring disease in the clinic. At present, modern medicine has not formed a unified understanding of the cause of the disease; the motherland medicine believes that its incidence is related to long-term lumbar soft tissue fatigue, delayed treatment of acute injury of lumbar soft tissue, and liver and kidney deficiency and dysfunction of qi and blood in the elderly. In this paper, through the study of the mechanism of massage rehabilitation combined with indomethacin to treat chronic soft tissue injury of lumbar muscles, this paper explores the mechanism of massage therapy for this disease from a perspective, and clinically observes the treatment of patients with this disease to clarify its effects. Analgesic effect of activating blood circulation.