back pain research

Reduced ROM and Proprioception Directly Linked to Back Pain- by The Evidence Based Chiropractor

New research from the BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders found a direct link between reduced lumbar range of motion and proprioception with low back pain.  They conducted a database search and examined over 40 independent studies.

As a chiropractor this is important because we evaluate proprioception and range of motion for every patient that enters our office. This is invaluable information not only for diagnosis related thought processes', but also for our choice of technique during treatment.  


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Spinal Manipulation Performs Better than NSAID's for Low Back Pain

In April 2013, SPINE Journal found that spinal manipulation outperforms NSAID's when treating low back pain.  

Even with this research being produced many medical doctors are still prescribing medications instead of making the appropriate referrals.  It is our job to make sure they know about this research.

Interested in more? See the Top 10 Chiropractic Research articles by clicking here.

See the SPINE article here.

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