Back and neck pain are a frequent challenge for any clinician to manage in large part because the true nature of the underlying cause is so often unknown or ill-defined.

There is some very good news however. Numerous studies have documented clinical examination methods that reliably identify very effective treatment that enables nearly 90% of acute and even 50% of chronic back and neck pain to rapidly recover.  That same evaluation provides valuable information for making decisions in the management of the remainder of your patients. These new methods of care are based on a single discovery that is having great and growing impact on our understanding of low back and neck pain and how to effectively manage it.

For further information, check out the postings on this blog, on the related website: www.selfcarefirst.com or reply below.

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