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This is a collection of various articles, blogs, books, and other resources relating to low back pain. Please use the comment form at the bottom of the page to report any broken links or for suggestions about other resources.

Massage and Low Back Pain

Non-Pharmacological Interventions for Chronic Low Back Pain: What Works Best? A Network Meta-Analysis

Effects of Massage as a Combination Therapy with Lumbopelvic Stability Exercises as Compared to Standard Massage Therapy in Low Back Pain: a Randomized Cross-Over Study

The efficacy of a preparatory phase of a touch-based approach in treating chronic low back pain: a randomized controlled trial – PMC


Infographic about Back Pain

The Enduring Impact of What Clinicians Say to People With Low Back Pain | Annals of Family Medicine 10 facts about exercise and back pain

Making sense of fear in people with low back pain

The reduction of chronic nonspecific low back pain through the control of early morning lumbar flexion. A randomized controlled trial

Acute inflammatory response via neutrophil activation protects against the development of chronic pain

Anti-Inflammatory Drug Might Lead to Chronic Pain, While Inflammation Could Heal: Experts

Disc Herniation
Will My Disc Herniation Ever Heal?

Check this out – bulging of the lumbar intervertebral disc in flexion.

The probability of spontaneous regression of lumbar herniated disc: a systematic review 

Natural resolution of a herniated lumbar disc | BMJ Case Reports

Video: Can Herniated Discs Heal on Their Own?

Spontaneous regression of sequestrated lumbar disc herniations: Literature review.

Gut-disc axis: A cause of intervertebral disc degeneration and low back pain?

Dr. Stuart McGill

Asymptomatic Disc Herniations: The Implications of Disc Herniations in the Absence of Pain

Dr. McGill: 20 Take Home Points

The Truth about Lumbar Disc Herniations – Physiotutors

Stuart McGill

Waterloo’s Dr. Spine, Stuart McGill

Low Back Assessment with Dr. Stuart McGill

Stuart McGill – No such thing as non-specific back pain

Low Back Pain Disorders – Book

Back Mechanic – Book

Stuart McGill Big Three Exercises – with Kim Grundy, PT

Back Mice

What in the World Are Back Mice? – Academy of Clinical Massage

Back Mice Info

2017 Tiegs-heiden et al. |

Chiropractic Treatment of the Back Mouse

The Problem with the Back Mouse |

Flexion-Intolerant Lower Back Pain (Part 1): Diagnosis

Revisiting the spinal flexion debate: prepare for doubt — Greg Lehman

Leg-length inequality in people of working age. The association between mild inequality and low-back pain is questionable. – Abstract – Europe PMC

Leg-length discrepancy is associated with low back pain among those who must stand while working | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Variability in diagnostic error rates of 10 MRI centers performing lumbar spine MRI examinations on the same patient within a 3-week period

McKenzie Exercises for Low Back Pain

Current concepts in sacroiliac joint dysfunction – Whitney Lowe
Thoracolumbar Fascia and Low Back Pain Chronic Low Back Pain? The Thoracolumbar Model Of Back Pain Just Might Help You Solve Yours
Helene Langevin, MD – UCSF Osher Center for Integrative Medicine – April 6, 2016 – The part on low back pain begins at 14 minutes. Stretching, Connective Tissue, Chronic Pain, and Cancer
Another study fingers entrapment of the superior cluneal nerve as a cause of back and leg pain Superior Cluneal Nerve Entrapment Mimics Low Back Pain, Sciatica, Saroiliac Problems and Spinal Stenosis
Resources for Nerve Entrapment Treatment Clinical Neurodynamics – 978075065456
Aids to the Examination of the Peripheral Nervous System Aids to the Examination of the Peripheral Nervous System, 5th Edition
Treating Trapped Nerves DVD set – Erik DaltonNerve Compression DVDs – James Waslaski

DVDs – Erik Dalton: Myoskeletal Alignment Techniques

Manual Therapy Training Videos To Eliminate Multiple Nerve Compression Patterns 3 Pack DVD Set

Dermal Traction Method – formerly Yank Away Pain
Dr. Phillip Snell and Dr. Justin Dean
Dermal Traction Method

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