Hands-On Treatment Improves Chronic Low Back Pain, Reduces Medication Use – Science Daily (press release)

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Hands-On Treatment Improves Chronic Low Back Pain, Reduces Medication Use
Science Daily (press release)
Mar. 18, 2013 — The numbers are staggering. More than 632 million people worldwide suffer from low back pain, and it is a leading cause of disability. According to the Institute of Medicine, one-third of all Americans suffer from chronic pain, which
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