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low back pain Tag

1. Most back pain is not a serious, life-threatening condition. 2. A weak core does not cause back pain, ever. Really. 3. Feeling like you won't get better and avoiding moving around can make the pain last longer. 4. Imaging of the back (Xray, MRI) do not determine outcomes or how...

Low back pain is the leading cause of pain and disability worldwide. Statistically, the prevalence of lower back pain is increasing, so what are we doing wrong? Historically, people have often been told to rest or to strengthen their core muscles, and for many, that is not helpful advice to get to the root...

Physiotherapists often use a method of assessing and treatment called the McKenzie Method for people who have back pain and physical limitations-- I highly recommend you check out information from their website here. In a nutshell, The McKenzie Institute International began several decades ago with Robin McKenzie, a Physiotherapist in...