MRI Scans Rarely Offer an Explanation for New Episodes of Low Back Pain : Clinicians Should Be Wary of Linking Pain to Common Abnormalities
Successful Spinal Aging
The Usefulness of “Fibromyalgia” or Lack Thereof
One-Legged Test for Spondylolysis Has a Wobbly Scientific Basis
Continuing Disagreement Over IDET : Is There Enough Evidence to Support Its Use?
Common Imaging Abnormalities Shouldn't Be a Barrier to Active Conservative Care
Is Sacroplasty a Breakthrough for Sacral Insufficiency Fractures or Just an Untested Therapy?
Prescription Opioid Abuse Extraordinarily Expensive
A String of Studies Refuting Common Wisdom About Spine Care
MRI Scans Shouldn't Be Ignored