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What does the research say?
The Bad News: Lower back pain and neck pain are like the common cold. They happen in episodes. The single biggest predictor of an episode in the future, is that you've dealt with one before.
And 85% of lower back pain and neck pain is nonspecific meaning people have different symptoms.
So they can't be treated the same.
What do we do?
Subgroup. Break the larger group into smaller similar groups
The Good News: 78% of people around the world have "rapidly reversible low back pain" (May 2006)(Donelson 2007)
What does this mean for you? You can take control, and change your life, freeing yourself to focus solely on living the life you want without being sidelined by your lower back pain or neck pain!
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Donelson, Ronald MD. Rapidly Reversible Low Back Pain. Hanover: SelfCare First LLC;2007.