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Research- Back Pain

Background to back pain & the research into it

 

Michael Morris

BSc(hons), PGCE, LCSP(phys), MBTPA

Bowen Therapist & ECBS Tutor

 

Low Back Pain (LBP) is often interpreted as pain interfering with activities such as mobility, dressing, sitting and standing. In the majority of cases, the aetiology of back pain is unknown and therefore is considered as “nonspecific back pain” (1). Back pain is considered “specific” if its aetiology is known (e.g., radiculopathy, disc disease). The term or title ‘chronic, non-specific LBP’ (CNSLBP) has become more accepted and recognised by the layperson, as more information can be found regarding the condition in the media and via the Internet. Read More…

 

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