Research Updates

Moving away from LBP

Gabrielle Lis

People with chronic, non specific low back pain may benefit from treatment that identifies and alters personal patterns of movement and posture that inadvertently contribute to pain.

About 4.0 million Australians (16% of the total population) have back problems, reports the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, drawing on self-reported data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) 2017–18 National Health Survey (NHS). It’s a significant cause of disability and lost productivity here and elsewhere in the industrialised world. Some back pain is caused by specific injuries or structural issues but o...

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