Making Sense of Low Back Pain
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Clinical Reviews

Greg McIntosh MSc et al.
Neck pain is common and disabling. Associated with poor posture, sedentary work and stress it is long lasting and recurrent.
Greg McIntosh MSc et al.
This article highlights the myths and misunderstandings surrounding the straight leg raise (SLR) test for sciatica.
Darren M. Roffey PhD et al.
Obesity and low back pain are equally complex medical conditions with multi-factorial etiologies.
Darren M. Roffey PhD et al.
Recognizing that the increasing incidence of obesity coincides with the rising prevalence of LBP, there is growing interest in establishing the relationship between over-weight and back pain.
Ted Findlay DO, CCFP et al.
Low back pain is one of the most common conditions for which patients seek medical attention.
Julia Alleyne BHSc(PT), MD, CCFP, Dip. Sport Med MScCH et al.
This article helps clinicians decide on appropriate referral to rehabilitation professionals while answering some of the common questions that clinicians are often asked by low back patients.
Mohammed F. Shamji MD, PhD, FRCSC et al.
Chronic pain is a complex disease state associated with substantial individual disability and suffering alongside societal economic impact.
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Andrew M. Johnson PhD et al.
In this article, we look specifically at the burden experienced by caregivers of individuals with Parkinson's disease.
Andrew M. Johnson PhD et al.
The cluster of neuropsychiatric sequelae known as impulse-control disorders...