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Top results for low back pain
183. The effects of core and lower extremity strengthening on pregnancy-related low back and pelvic girdle pain: a systematic review
184. Ozone therapy as a treatment for low back pain secondary to herniated disc: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
185. The effectiveness of lumbar interlaminar epidural injections in managing chronic low back and lower extremity pain
186. Systematic review and meta-analysis: High-quality evidence that spinal manipulative therapy for chronic low back pain has a small, short-term greater effect on pain and functional status compared with other interventions
187. Oral opioid analgesics vs spinal steroid injections in the treatment of low back pain syndromes
188. Effectiveness of physical therapist administered spinal manipulation for the treatment of low back pain: a systematic review of the literature
190. Individual participant data (IPD) of mechanical workplace risk factors and low back pain with assessment of confounding and heterogeneity of effect measures
191. Aerobic exercise training in addition to conventional physiotherapy for chronic low back pain: a randomized controlled trial
192. A randomized controlled trial of the effects of muscle stretching, manual therapy and steroid injections in addition to `stay active` care on health-related quality of life in acute or subacute low back pain
193. Low Back Pain
194. A systematic review on the effectiveness of pharmacological interventions for chronic non-specific low-back pain
Low back pain (LBP) is a significant health problem and one of the leading reasons for physician visits in the United States. The lifetime prevalence of LBP for adults in the United States is between 60% and 80%. In most cases, LBP is temporary and can be relieved through rest and conservative
therapies such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, muscle relaxants, and an appropriate exercise program. However, for 5% to 10% of patients, LBP becomes a chronic and disabling
Low back pain affects the majority of the U.S. population at some point in their lives. In most cases low back pain can be treated without surgery, but when conservative management fails, surgery may be required. Lumbar interbody fusion is frequently used to treat spinal degenerative conditions
with the goal of relieving pain associated