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How to Use Digital Newsletters to Get More Patients for Physical Therapy

Last updated: 02/26/2020

Each patient is unique—their condition, recovery, and attitude can vary drastically from one appointment to another. Similarly, each patient has their own expectations and...

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What does high value care for musculoskeletal pain look like? •

Last updated: 02/26/2020

A middle aged patient with slow onset shoulder pain was concerned about the results of a left shoulder ultrasound that showed a partial tear in her rotator cuff. Since the...

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Benefits & harms of spinal manipulative therapy for the treatment of chronic low back pain: systematic review

Last updated: 02/26/2020

This post very much carries on from the topic of our last research post – manual therapy. This time round we are very much looking at the use of manual therapy in the...

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Getting Older Doesn’t Have to Mean Living with Pain

Last updated: 02/25/2020

There’s no question about it, as we get older, our chances of suffering a painful medical condition go up. Some studies indicate that 50 percent of older adults live with...

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Self-assessing back pain by app just as good as traditional methods

Last updated: 02/24/2020

People with back pain can assess it using an app on their phone just as effectively as using the current paper methods, says a study from the University of Warwick. The study,...

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Trapped Cluneal Nerves May Be Primary Reason for Low Back Pain - Massage And Fitness Magazine

Last updated: 02/23/2020

For many years, I used to think low back pain is a muscle or spine problem or pinched nerves in the spine. After having read much of the history of pain science and the research...

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Can You Heal Back Pain Online?

Last updated: 02/23/2020

Two twin brothers. The exact same injury. But two totally different paths, one with a tragic ending, and one that ended up helping more than 100,000 other people in...

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Intensive Education Does Not Improve Low Back Pain Outcomes, Study Reports

Last updated: 02/22/2020

The Global Burden of Disease Study has ranked low back pain as a leading cause of disability worldwide, and the Lancet Low Back Pain Series Working Group has recommended that...

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Finding balance between exercise and rest with chronic pain - U.S. Pain Foundation

Last updated: 02/20/2020

Living with chronic pain makes it difficult to think about movement and exercise, but both are important components of effective self-care and even reducing pain. Our bodies are...

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Implicit motor imagery performance is impaired in people with chronic, but not acute, neck pain

Last updated: 02/19/2020

Left/right judgements, Psychophysiology, Implicit motor imagery, Pain, Cortical body representation, Working body schema, Proprioceptive representation Copyright © 2020 Wallwork...

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