Low Back Pain Infographic – MoveForwardPT.com

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Infographic about Low Back Pain – this is still the #1 reason for absence from work/work related injury. At OPC Inc in our DM and Physio part of the business we still see GP’s who do NOT use evidence based medicine which means 1. Rule out in the office infection, fracture, cauda equina, tumour. 2. Once ruled out DO NOT send patient for Xray, MRI etc. 3. Refer to an active, exercise based PT for short course education & treatment. To learn more read Carswell, a Thomson Reuters business Pub Preventing Back & Neck Pain in the Workplace JESleeth Author. Carswell.com

Jane Sleeth‘s insight:

Infographic about Low Back Pain – this is still the #1 reason for absence from work/work related injury. At OPC Inc in our DM and Physio part of the business we still see GP’s who do NOT use evidence based medicine which means 1. Rule out in the office infection, fracture, cauda equina, tumour. 2. Once ruled out DO NOT send patient for Xray, MRI etc. 3. Refer to an active, exercise based PT for short course education & treatment. To learn more read Carswell, a Thomson Reuters business Pub Preventing Back & Neck Pain in the Workplace JESleeth Author. Carswell.com

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2 comments

  1. Hi, I do think your web site could be having web browser compatibility issues.
    When I look att yiur blog in Safari, it looks fine however, when opening inn IE,
    iit has some overlapping issues. I just wanted to give you
    a qiick heads up! Other than that, fantastic blog!

    1. THank you for this – I will alert our Web designers as we are in midst of major upgrade of our site to meet WCAG 2.0 A plus create more interesting content re Ergonomics and Accessibility – appreciate you taking the time to let us know. JESleeth OPC

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