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Persistent Low Back Pain

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This case study demonstrates that patients who have low back pain but do not have clinical red flags present (changes in bowel or bladder, nerve tension, foot drop) should not be recommended for surgery or be prescribed opiods medication. Instead physical therapy combined with anti-inflammatories.


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