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WHERE the MRI is performed, WHO interprets the examination may have an impact on radiological diagnosis, sub sequentially on treatment strategy and clinical outcome. Thanks again Lee Higginbotham‏.
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High percentage of people with no pain but abnormalities have been found. Thanks to Lee Higginbotham for this important recap.
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Osteopathy can positively trigger neurophysiological changes to decreasing chronic pain impacting on stress and anxiety.
http://www.journalofosteopathicmedicine.com/article/S1746-0689(17)30011-1/fulltext
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Steps forward to understanding the origin of patellofemoral pain (aka anterior knee pain, knee cap pain). Patella found significantly tilted laterally (knee extended and no weight bearing) in the patient group suffering from patellofemoral pain. This underline the potential involvement of active and passive structures stabilizers of patella. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29488245
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Sciatica or referred leg pain or low back-related leg pain (LBLP) can present with different pain intensity, clinical signs, disability. Also recovery time was different but the most improvement for pain and disability was seen within the first 4 months.

https://journals.lww.com/pain/Abstract/publishahead/Novel_approach_to_characterising_individuals_with.99063.aspx
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Regular physical exercise - 30 minutes a day of brisk walking - is very effective in resolving low back pain episodes and also in preventing coronary disease. http://bjsm.bmj.com/content/51/15/1111
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The 99% of people with NO knee problems have noisy knees!
https://twitter.com/MSKPhysioJnl/status/932973003985637376
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Understanding fear through explaining pain to patients who suffer of low back pain is critical to speeding up recovery and managing future episodes. http://www.pain-ed.com/blog/2017/10/12/making-sense-of-fear-in-people-with-low-back-pain/
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Scoliosis and the fastest sprinter in history.
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