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SOMA 250 MG Shown To Significantly Improve Functionality and Reduce Disability in Patients With Low Back Pain in Three Days
Date:2/3/2010

nsive and increasingly popular approach to healthcare with goals of providing high quality care, controlling costs, and maximizing health care value based upon clinical quality and outcomes data.  This approach is increasingly influencing decisions on selection of treatment regimens, prescribing and reimbursement.  Promptly helping patients achieve clinical improvement in their functional status following acute musculoskeletal injuries is considered a key component of effective treatment and risk control strategies, and may contribute to a reduction in total healthcare costs.

"Overall, the greatest cost savings from a societal perspective may be obtained from interventions that promote early return to work and minimize lost productivity," said Al Moorad, MD, Medical Director, Integris Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation, Oklahoma City. "This may be accomplished by appropriate drug utilization to allow patients to actively participate in rehabilitation therapy and return to daily activities."

SOMA 250 mg Outcomes Data

SOMA 250 mg was studied in two multi-center, double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trials of more than 1300 subjects.  In these studies, the co-primary endpoints were met: patients receiving SOMA 250 mg reported a statistically significant improvement in global impression of change and relief from starting backache on day 3, the primary analysis, compared to placebo (P<0.0001).  

In these same studies, a secondary endpoint of patient functionality was measured.  Patients achieved significantly greater clinical improvement in functionality outcomes as measured by the Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire (RMDQ) with SOMA 250 mg vs. placebo on day 3.  The Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire (RMDQ) is an internationally validated standard for measuring the degree of disability and functionality in
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