lumbago

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Synonyms for lumbago

backache affecting the lumbar region or lower back

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The first recommendation is for acute or subacute low back pain, and notes that most patients improve over time regardless of the treatment modality.
It is recognized with a high level of evidence as being effective in treating patients with chronic low back pain (Airaksinen et al.
A recent meta-analysis of spinal manipulation for acute low back pain concluded that it is moderately effective in reducing pain and increasing function.
Conclusion: Core stabilization exercise is more effective than routine physical therapy exercise in terms of greater reduction in pain in patients with non-specific low back pain.
16) As with depression, somatization symptoms have been positively associated with low back pain in a general adult population (17), although a recent study found that patients with chronic low back pain were no more likely to be diagnosed with somatoform disorders than patients without back pain (18).
pdf) free guidebook that outlines tips and poses for practicing yoga with low back pain.
Studies included were randomised controlled trials of yoga treatment in people with chronic, non-specific low back pain.
Low back pain cost the United States $100 billion in 2006 alone, according to the guideline authors.
They define acute low back pain as lasting fewer than 4 weeks, subacute low back pain as lasting 4-12 weeks, and chronic low back pain as lasting more than 12 weeks.
By keeping free of low back pain the patient can keep normal function or increase their daily function.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has placed the Phase 2b study in chronic low back pain on clinical hold and requested an amendment of the study protocol after observing a case of adjudicated arthropathy in a patient receiving high dose fasinumab who had advanced osteoarthritis at study entry.
Additionally, the report provides an overview of key players involved in therapeutic development for Low Back Pain and features dormant and discontinued projects.
Indeed, for every 5 kg in weight gained, the risk for low back pain in the coming decade was increased by 5%, after researchers accounted for women's age, height, physical activity, education level, and mental health (depressive status).