Low back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide, and its burden further increases with an ageing population. Evidence suggests that the prevention of long-term disability from low back pain can be achieved by adopting a ‘positive health approach’.
The idea of positive health is defined as ‘the ability...
Low back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide and is experienced by 80% adults at least once in their life. About 95% of low back pain is termed non-specific low back pain as no specific cause can be identified (e.g. vertebral fracture, malignancy, infection), and is...Read more
The Lancet published a 3 part series of interesting papers on chronic lower back pain... and it caught the Media's attention !!!Read more