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New perspectives on patient expectations of treatment outcomes:...
Positive patient expectations are often believed to be associated with greater benefits from complementary and alternative medicine treatments.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Get Over the Hump! How to Build Your Way to Camel
If flexibility in your spine isn't something that comes easy to you, then just looking at this pose is enough to cause back pain.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Re: Is Tylenol Effective? | News One
According to a new study , the painkiller acetaminophen - best known as Tylenol - does not help treat a particular type of pain.
The Windsor Star
New Windsor walk-in clinic aims to cut ER waits
Physiotherepist John Spirou, left, checks the knee of Chris Kelly at the Spine Joint Bone and Muscle Walk-in Clinic at 1505 Ouellette Avenue Friday July 25, 2014.
Paracetamol might not ease back pain - but doctors should prescribe it anyway
Upon seeing the headline 'Paracetamol does not help lower back pain', I found myself emitting a small sigh.
The Aiken Standard
Bad back? Acetaminophen may not work, try exercise
Acetaminophen isn't any better at relieving back pain than a fake pill, despite almost universal recommendations to take the drug, according to the first big trial to test it.
Reporting: Denver Obama Signs $787-Billion Stimulus Package in Struggling Denver
My next place of work will be Japan. The past few days I have been preparing for the two-month trip.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
New Chiropractor Joins Sarasota Chiropractic, Physical Therapy & Massage
The accomplished physician, Dr. Maceo Powell, DC, has been in practice for 15 years and will begin seeing new patients immediately.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Erie Times News
Bad back? Acetaminophen may not work, but try exercise
Acetaminophen isn't any better at relieving back pain than a fake pill, despite almost universal recommendations to take the drug, according to a new study.
Health briefs: Study finds no link between weather, back pain
Australian researchers studied 993 cases of sudden, acute back pain in primary care clinics in 2011 and 2012.
KFOR-TV Oklahoma City
Your go-to-pill for lower back pain may not be as effective as you think
Australian researchers had 1,600 adults take either acetaminophen or a placebo pill for about a month for their lower back pain.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Beckers ASC Review
13 Orthopedics-Driven ASCs That Are 10,000+ Square Feet
Here are 13 orthopedics-driven ambulatory surgery centers that are 10,000 square feet or larger.
Wheat Ridge doctor offering free scoliosis screenings through August
Dr. Jane Leavell of the Rhino Scoliosis Center at 4045 Wadsworth said screenings are especially significant for school age children and teens.
The Neurosurgery Research and Education Foundation Announces the...
ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. - On behalf of its affiliate, the Neurosurgery Research and Education Foundation , the American Association of Neurological Surgeons is pleased to announce that the NREF has reached agreements with DePuy Synthes Spine and Medtronic who will provide funding in support of the foundation's post-residency, clinical fellowship ... (more)
Thu Jul 24, 2014
International Business Times
Paracetamol Has No Effect on Back Pain Study Says: Most Popular Remedy Gets a Blow
Paracetamol comes across as the first-line treatment for GPs dealing with acute attacks of the most common form of back pain.
Toddler With Special Needs Sings 'You Are My Sunshine,' Makes Us Happy When Skies Are Gray
Grace Anna Rodgers has faced many obstacles in her short life, but she meets each and every one with a song.
New Findings from ESPCI in Mechanical Engineering Provides New...
While geometrical personalization of the spine is no more an issue, thanks to recent technological advances, non-invasive personalization of soft tissue's mechanical properties remains a challenge."
Beckers ASC Review
Behind Laser Spine Institute's Rapid Growth: 3 New ASCs in 2014
Laser Spine Institute will be opening three new ambulatory surgery centers this year, breaking into the Midwestern United States.
Paracetamol and back pain study surprises other researchers
MARK COLVIN: It's bad news for back pain sufferers, bad news for doctors, and bad news for the makers of the commonly used painkiller paracetamol.