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  • Noninvasive Interventions Can Reduce Spine Pain Versus Usual Care

    A multidisciplinary biopsychosocial intervention or an individualized postural therapy (IPT) intervention can reduce pain-related disability at three months compared with usual care among patients with acute or subacute spine pain, according to a study published in the Dec. 20 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.

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  • What Is Orthopedic Physical Therapy?

    Physical therapists support patients with a wide range of physical conditions, from muscle, joint, and nerve issues to respiratory conditions like asthma, bladder and bowel problems, lymphatic disruption and pain related to cancer treatment. They also help with stroke and heart attack rehabilitation, often working as part of a multidisciplinary health care team that includes specialties like physiatry, neurology, integrative palliative care, and orthopedics.

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  • Middle back pain: Causes and relief

    Middle back pain can have several causes, including impact trauma, arthritis, herniated discs, muscle strains, scoliosis, poor posture, and many more.

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  • Nerve block an effective treatment for painful shoulder condition

    Treating the painful shoulder condition adhesive capsulitis with a nerve block is a safe, simple and effective treatment, according to recent results from a Flinders-led clinical trial.

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  • Physical therapy preferred vs. arthroscopic partial meniscectomy for meniscal tears

    Exercise-based physical therapy remained noninferior to arthroscopic partial meniscectomy regarding function and should be the preferred treatment for patients aged 45 to 70 years with degenerative meniscal tears, according to results.

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