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The RESTORE study reinforces the benefits of cognitive functional therapy for back pain

Lauren Finestone

A recent study into a new approach called Cognitive Functional Therapy offers hope for those with disabling and persistent low back pain.

Ongoing or recurring low back pain affects a significant portion of the population. It impairs their daily activities, work productivity and overall well-being.  Conventional treatments like massage, spinal manipulation, medication, injections and surgery often fall short in addressing the multifaceted nature of this condition. They often result in small effects that don’t last long and some of these treatments sometimes cause harmful...

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Published 17 May, 2023