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(Low back pain)
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  • Development of a collaborative model of low back pain: report from the 2017 NASS consensus meeting. [Journal Article]
  • SJSpine J 2018 Nov 30
  • Cholewicki J, Popovich JM, … Hodges PW
  • CONCLUSIONS: The collaborative modeling process outlined in this paper provides a foundation upon which to build a greater understanding and to communicate the complexity of the LBP problem. The next step is to aggregate individual FCMs into a meta-model and begin disentangling the interactions among its Components. This will lead to an improved understanding of the complexity of LBP, and hopefully to improved outcomes for those suffering from this condition.
  • Predictors of clinical success with stabilization exercise are associated with lower levels of lumbar multifidus intramuscular adipose tissue in patients with low back pain. [Journal Article]
  • DRDisabil Rehabil 2018 Dec 03; :1-7
  • Hebert JJ, Le Cara EC, … Albert WJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: These findings support the construct validity of the grouped prognostic criteria. Future research should examine the clinical utility of these criteria. Implications for Rehabilitation Low back pain is the single largest cause of disability worldwide and exercise therapy is recommended by international low back pain treatment guidelines. Lower levels of lumbar multifidus intramuscular adipose tissue were associated with predictors of clinical success with stabilization exercise. Higher proportions of lumbar multifidus intramuscular adipose tissue may help identify patients who require longer duration exercise training, or those who are unlikely to respond to stabilization exercise.
  • What do you expect? Catastrophizing mediates associations between expectancies and pain-facilitatory processes. [Journal Article]
  • EJEur J Pain 2018 Dec 03
  • Carriere JS, Martel MO, … Edwards RR
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings from this study suggest that compared to controls, CLBP patients show increased sensitivity to mechanical pain procedures and enhanced pain facilitatory processing, proving further evidence for changes in central nervous system pain processing in CLBP patients. Our results also suggest that pain catastrophizing may be the mechanism by which pain expectancies are associated with TS of pain in CLBP patients. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • The future of disc surgery and regeneration. [Review]
  • IOInt Orthop 2018 Nov 30
  • Buser Z, Chung AS, … Wang JC
  • Low back and neck pain are among the top contributors for years lived with disability, causing patients to seek substantial non-operative and operative care. Intervertebral disc herniation is one of ...
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