One of our responsibilities as chiropractors is to offer care that is in accordance with current clinical practice guidelines (CPGs).
This week, we summarize the new CPG from the North American Spine Society. A new paper just came out indicating that care for LBP that is NON-concordant with CPGs can actually raise an individual's chance of converting from acute to chronic LBP - so knowing this information can matter for your patients!
The Low Back Pain Working Group of the North American Spine Society (NASS) has created an evidence-based clinical guideline on nonspecific low back pain. This guideline provides a comprehensive overview of the diagnosis and treatment of nonspecific low back pain in adult patients…enjoy!
THIS WEEK'S RESEARCH REVIEW: “NASS Clinical Guideline for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Low Back Pain”
This paper was published in The Spine Journal (2020) and this Review is posted in Recent Reviews, Clinical Guidelines, Low Back Pain and the 2021 Archive.