Back Pain Attributed to Back Injury Far Too Often, According to New Canadian Study of 11,000 Patients
Promising New Spine Research
HMO Doctors Least Expensive, Chiropractors Most Popular
Is a Neck and Shoulder Pain Epidemic on the Horizon?
The Inactive Spine
Portrait of Spinal Stenosis
New Study Complicates Osteoporosis Prevention
A Patient with a Central L4–5 Disc Herniation and Axial Back Pain
Transient Quadriplegia in Contact and Collision Sports
Chiropractic, Skeletal, and Medical Radiologists Outperform Clinicians in X-Ray Interpretation
Emotionally Distressed Patients Less Likely to Receive Workers' Compensation
MDs Don't Know the Costs of Common Diagnostic Tests, But Order Plenty of Them Anyway
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