Only a fifth of 17.3million Britons who suffer with back pain will ever recover, study shows
6 days ago - By Daily Mail
It is bad news for the many afflicted by the agony of back pain. Whichever treatments they try - such as heat pads, chiropractic treatments or ergonomic chairs - only one in five can expect to recover.
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Studying Back Pain Patterns
6 days ago - By Medindia Health
Canadian scientists have studied the patterns of back pain and patient characteristics in relation to the disability, in addition to the use of medications and management of the ailment.
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