Non-Invasive Treatment of Acute, Subacute and Chronic Back Pain
Exciting News from the American College of Physicians showing that after many years of successful treatments and interventions Chiropractic Care appears to be finally receiving some recognition for helping thousands of people suffering with lower back pain.
The Chiropractors’ Association of Australia (CAA) welcomes new recommendations published by the American College of Physicians on the non-invasive treatment of acute, subacute and chronic low back pain.
Following a comprehensive update of the systematic review, the ACP has made several recommendations. These include the option of choosing manipul
ation for management of acute low back pain, with recommendation of non-pharmacological therapies (including manipulation) for relief from chronic low back pain. Rehabilitative interventions are also recommended, where chiropractors may play a leading role.
With many Australians burdened by low back pain, chiropractors are well placed to assist with the management and rehabilitation of this disease.
To read the review and clinical recommendations visit www.bit.ly/2lOLQRN