Orthopaedic (2 items)
Sunday 11 July 2004 / Arun author list
Spinal Stabilization Program May Be Most Effective for Low Back Problems
Medscape Medical News, May 2006 Emma Hitt, PhD; Gary Vogin, MD; Desiree Lie, MD, MSEd
on 02 Aug 2007 by Emma Hitt, PhD; Gary Vogin, MD; Desiree Lie, MD, MSEd author list email the content item print the content item create pdf file of the content item

May 8, 2006 — For the treatment of chronic low back disorder, a 10-week spinal stabilization pr[...]
For the treatment of chronic low back disorder, a 10-week spinal stabilization program appears to be more effective than manually applied therapy or giving patients an education booklet, according to a new study in the May 1 issue of Spine.The spinal stabilization program evaluated consisted of "functionally progressive" exercises that emphasized strengthening of various muscles supporting the spine. A video [read more]
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Low Back Ache - Prevention of L.B.A. Through Some Simple Tips
on 11 Feb 2006 by Diana author list email the content item print the content item create pdf file of the content item
Back pain is extremely common and most people suffer from it. There are many reasons said to be the [...]
Our body mechanism is designed in such a way that the vertebral column bears the major sum of our body weight, as a result this happens to be the area more prone to wear and tear. Prevention is always better than cure so let us see how to prevent back ache through some simple [read more]