Chronic Low Back Pain

Yoga eases back pain in largest US study to date

Yoga classes were linked to better back-related function and diminished symptoms from chronic low back pain in the largest U.S. randomized controlled trial of yoga to date, published by the Archives of Internal Medicine as an ...

Oct 24, 2011
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Clinicians influence patients' attitudes to back pain

(Medical Xpress)—Although people with low back pain consult with the Internet, family and friends for information and understanding of their symptoms, new research shows health care professionals appear ...

Nov 12, 2013
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