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chronic low back pain

Rehabilitation – an addition to standard chiropractic management for chronic low back pain

July 09, 2014

A case of chronic vertebrogenic low back pain of biomechanical origin characterized by intermittent radiculitis and truck muscle insufficiency is presented. Initial allopathic and chiropractic management provided only palliative relief. A three-month program of in-office rehabilitation including progressive/resistance exercise was administered in conjunction with spinal manipulation. This program proved effective in reducing the patient’s low

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