Common causes for Non Specific Low Back Pain

04 Apr 2012 | Health

Non-specific low back pain is back pain that has not been attributed to a recognisable pathology (such as infection, tumour, osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, fracture or inflammation) van der Heijden 1991
Back pain is extremely common with 4 out of 5 adults experiencing back pain at some point in…

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