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Research Review: Hip Impairment and Chronic Low Back Pain in Seniors

Review written by: Brynne Stainsby, DC, for RRS Education Study Title: Hip symptoms, physical performance, and health status in older adults with chronic low back pain: A preliminary investigation Authors: Hicks GE, Sions JM and Velasco TO Publication Information: Archives of Physical Medicine...

Research Review: Walking vs. Exercise for Low Back Pain

By Ceara Higgins, DC (for RRS Education) Study Title: The effectiveness of walking versus exercise on pain and function in chronic low back pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized trials Authors: Vanti C, Andreatta S, Borghi S, et al. Publication...

Evidence-based Diagnosis for Low Back Pain

Health professionals from different disciplines use diverse diagnostic methods to inform clinical management for patients with low back pain.1 One person may diagnose someone as suffering from sacroiliac joint pain while another might classify the same patient with a movement...

Choosing Outcome Assessments for Back Pain

By Kara Shannon, DC, and Zacariah Shannon, DC, MS What is health and how do you measure it? In chiropractic practice, improving our patients’ health is the primary treatment goal. “Health,” however, has a broad definition. The World Health Organization...

Collaboration for Low Back Pain Treatment in Older Adults

Part of the Evidence in Action series by Palmer College of Chiropractic The inclusion of chiropractic practitioners into various collaborative health systems has increased over the past decade, including: Onsite health clinics at large corporations such as Facebook and Google...