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Exercise and strengthening may not be the best approach for all kinds of neck- and whiplash-related pain, according to a new analysis by Canadian researchers. The results directly contradict a 2008 recommendation by the Neck Pain Task Force in Canada.
Furthermore, patients who were in the sham treatment group and were later offered IDB achieved the same positive results as patients in the original treatment arm, researchers reported in a scientific poster today at the 30th Annual Meeting of the
Back trouble isn't new for Andy Dirks. "He's had off-and-on back pain during his career," Tigers head athletic trainer Kevin Rand said. "It's always been something he could manage...Tigers general manager Dave Dombrowski said there wasn't one
A University of Saskatchewan researcher hopes a study on farmers and back pain could lead to better prevention and treatment. Catherine Trask, who holds a Canada Research Chair in Ergonomics and Musculoskeletal Health with the Canadian Centre for
It's one of the most common reasons for missed work and 50 percent of all working Americans suffer from it. No, we're not talking about the flu or common cold we're talking low back pain. According to the New England Journal of Medicine, 31 million
Time still heals most wounds, but patience is a tough sell to people whose visits to my office often involve taking off work or getting a babysitter, fighting traffic, and shelling out for parking and insurance co-pays. After all that, time doesn't
Internet entrepreneur Kim Dotcom has spent a day in hospital after breaking his foot falling down some stairs yesterday. Dotcom was admitted to hospital last night with a fractured foot and severe back pain, according to Twitter. "Day started great...
The study was published in the October issue of the journal Pain. The study involved 46 people who suffered from low back pain for about three months and underwent a brain scan. Over the next year, approximately half the individuals studied recovered;
It is a fact of life that, at some point, each of us will experience back pain. However, for most people, that pain is temporary and passes within a few days or weeks. Back pain that does not go away on its own is generally considered to be chronic.
They filled out questionnaires asking about ongoing physical issues such as backaches, stomach pain and headaches, as well as how much the pain interfered with their everyday lives.