low-back pain

low-back pain

pain in lumbar and sacral areas; often linked to pathomechanical defects of lower limb and/or foot (e.g. excess foot pronation, reduced shock absorption)
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Exercise may help prevent low-back pain or reduce its severity if you develop it, a recent analysis suggests.
Depression impacts the course of recovery in patients with acute low-back pain.
Influence of McKenzie protocol and two modes of endurance exercises on health-related quality of life of patients with long-term mechanical low-back pain.
A Cochran review of 35 RCTs for effectiveness of acupuncture for acute low-back pain did not conclud firmly that it reduced pain, however, for chronic low-back pain, acupuncture is more effective than no treatment immediately after treatment and in the short-term only.
Low-back pain has been the leading cause of disability worldwide.
Both physical therapy and water aerobics reduce sick days caused by low-back pain (strength of recommendation [SOR]: B, randomized controlled trial [RCT]).
LOW-back pain is the most common complaint that we see in the Physiotherapy Clinic, and this is not surprising when you examine the statistics.
MUSCAT: First-ever study into the prevalence of nerve pain in adults suffering from chronic low-back pain in the Gulf has revealed that neuropathic pain is present in 55 per cent of all such cases, making it more common than the nociceptive pain.
Neuropathic pain is present in 55 per cent of all cases of chronic low-back pain, making it more common than nociceptive pain, said a study.