New research on lower back pain and its treatment

by | Nov 2, 2016 | Lower Back Health, Lower back pain | 0 comments

neurotactile therapy in the treatment of low back pain

1.  A substantial percentage of lower back pain patients (40 – 70%, depending on the measure used) did not show significant clinical improvement after their course of physical therapy.  And, if you smoke or are overweight, the odds are stacked against you even more.

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2. A patient does better in a pain management program if goals are set based on what’s important for the patient, rather than shooting for a pre-fab set of standardized goals.

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3.  Although medical guidelines try to eliminate the use of unnecessary MRI’s, many primary care physicians find it difficult to follow the guidelines.

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