Cognitive Functional Therapy treats chronic back pain as part of a person’s entire pain experience, but more research is needed to assess its effectiveness.
A treatment that trains both the brain and the body has shown important effects on pain and disability, a new study has found.
Powerlifting is just as effective as bodyweight exercise for chronic low back pain, new study reveals.
Muscle relaxants might not be as effective at easing back pain as previously thought, a review indicates.
A new UNSW evidence review has found there is still no consensus between researchers about why exercise works for low back pain patients – despite decades of studies on the topic.
A new MRI scanning technique for analysing degenerated spinal discs improves accuracy from 70% using current methods to 97%, raising hope of better diagnoses of back pain.
Despite rates of spinal fusion being on the rise for chronic back pain sufferers, current evidence doesn't support its effectiveness, write Gustavo Machado, Christine Lin and Ian Harris.
Back pain has never been a health or research priority, despite the fact that 25 per cent of Australians suffer from it, write Chris Maher, Ian Harris and Rachelle Buchbinder.