Research:  September 10, 2015
Written by Craig Benton, DC   
Wednesday, September 09, 2015 05:19 PM

Another study shows physical medicine gets acute lower back work compensation patients back to work faster than taking opioids.

More positive findings on standing MRI.

This study is from 2013 but young athletes that reported neck pain and headaches or dizziness in preseason were more likely to suffer a concussion.

Research on mice with chronic musculoskeletal pain showed significant improvement of pain with just 5 days worth of exercise.

Seems that lumbar spine stabilization exercises are better than just general exercises for lumbar disc herniation.$=activity

Prone stabilizing exercises seem to do better than supine stabilize exercises for chronic back pain.$=activity