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Advising that most lower back pain is not serious and will improve over time should be offered as the first line approach to management," Major Childs said.
Low back pain is one of the most common medical concerns seen by family physicians.
As the second most cited reason for absence from work, it's estimated 80% of people will experience back pain at some time during their lives.
The prevalence of low back pain during pregnancy is estimated to be between 36% and 69% (Wang et al 2004, Orvieto et al 2004, and Stapleton, MacLennan and Kristiansson 2002).
This collection, evidently intended for clinicians as well as researchers, social workers and physical therapists, includes fairly recent research on such topics as non-pharmacologic neural oblation and neural modulation for chronic low back pain, lumbar spine instability, the prevalence of low back pain and lumbar spinal canal stenosis in the general population and the relation between spinal alignment and mobility.
The Biomechanics of Back Pain (Second Edition) is comprehensive, well researched and gives an overall, very balanced view on this complex multi-faceted area of back pain.
In America, and very likely similar in Australia, back pain is the most common cause of activity restriction in people aged under 45.
Chronic back pain affects different parts of the brain than acute back pain does, magnetic resonance images reveal.
A wonder cure for chronic back pain using a patient's stem cells could be available within three years, it was revealed yesterday.
While most aviators and aircrew complain at back pain is an occupational hazard, he truth is that it's an overwhelming problem for aviators and non-aviators, alike.