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Giving patients the whole truth. Adrian Traeger on research on a new prognostic model 'PICKUP'
Estimating the Risk of Chronic Pain: Development and Validation of a Prognostic Model (PICKUP) for Patients with Acute Low Back Pain
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Spinal manipulative therapy, Graston technique® and placebo for long standing non-specific mid back pain thoracic spine pain http://www.bodyinmind.org/spinal-manipulation-graston-back-pain/
Spinal manipulative therapy, Graston technique and placebo for long standing non-specific mid back pain thoracic spine pain. What is the evidence?
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Dianne Wilson on Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – can we do better? http://www.bodyinmind.org/cognitive-behavioural-therapy-pain/
What are the key ingredients for a successful group when using cognitive behavioural therapy in pain management programmes?
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Let’s say you tell two friends to bring a list of things from the market. The list contains things they like and things they dislike. When you see them walking back, one is walking with a tall posture, slightly bouncy and a good arm swing, while the other…
JP Caneiro on How we walk affects what we remember: Gait modifications through biofeedback change negative affective memory bias
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Low back pain (LBP) is a leading contributor to people living with disability throughout the world,1 and the problem appears to be getting worse rather than better.2 Scientists and clinicians, therefore, need to improve treatment for LBP to shift this…
Jesse Jacobs on the effects of low back pain and of stabilization or movement-system-impairment treatments on induced postural responses
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Low back pain (LBP) is a highly prevalent condition, with a devastating impact on society and it is now recognized as the leading cause of disability worldwide (Lim et al., 2012). Research suggests that several psychological factors play an important role…
Danijela Serbic and Tamar Pincus discuss their recent paper on diagnostic uncertainty, guilt, mood and disability in back pain.
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I am guilty of being the eternal optimist in my practice. I can’t recall ever telling a patient that the outlook isn’t great for them, even though on many occasions, I had that sinking feeling in my gut. Many patients in pain are distressed enough – they…
Estimating the Risk of Chronic Pain: Development and Validation of a Prognostic Model (PICKUP) for Patients with Acute Low Back Pain
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Few controlled trials have assessed the efficacy of spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) for mid back pain. In addition no high quality trials have been performed to test the efficacy and effectiveness of Graston Technique® (GT), an instrument-assisted soft…
Spinal manipulative therapy, Graston technique and placebo for long standing non-specific mid back pain thoracic spine pain. What is the evidence?
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Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), a  management strategy for chronic pain and its consequences [1], is frequently conducted in groups to minimise cost [2] and maximise efficiency. Although clinicians often report knowing when a group will go well or…
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Jesse Jacobs on Why physical therapy treatments for low back pain may not be living up to their potential http://www.bodyinmind.org/physical-therapy-back-pain/
Jesse Jacobs on the effects of low back pain and of stabilization or movement-system-impairment treatments on induced postural responses
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Danijela Serbic and Tamar Pincus on their paper 'Diagnostic uncertainty and pain-related guilt: new treatment targets for low back pain?'
Danijela Serbic and Tamar Pincus discuss their recent paper on diagnostic uncertainty, guilt, mood and disability in back pain.
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Dr Erik Werner on his paper in Spine: Cognitive Patient Education for Low Back Pain in Primary Care: A Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial and Cost-Effectiveness Analysis.
In general, most acute low back pain (LBP) recovers spontaneously within a few days or weeks. No active treatment has shown to actually shorten the time it takes for acute back pain to recover. The purpose of medication, manipulation, acupuncture, physiotherapy etc. is at best to ease the pain while one is waiting for nature …
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Research into the brain and mind in pain disorders
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Lorimer Moseley and collaborators explore how the body, brain and mind interact in complex pain disorders