Management of Acute and Chronic Neck Pain: An Evidence-based Approach - Pain Research and Clinical Management 17 by Nikolai Bogduk
Pain management is a major problem and has significant medical and economic implications for healthcare providers. It is a growing area of interest and importance for many medical and health…
Management of Acute and Chronic Neck Pain synopsis
Pain management is a major problem and has significant medical and economic implications for healthcare providers. It is a growing area of interest and importance for many medical and health care professionals.
A truly integrated approach is required, involving a team of medical practitioners, clinical psychologists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and nurses. Different professions may work together, but the curriculum may also be adopted by individual practitioners.
Until recently, most attention was focused on lower back pain, but now the main area of interest for new research is neck pain and related headaches that are often associated with skin or poor posture in work environments such as using computers. This book presents the latest research findings and provides recommendations and guidance on how these results can be linked to prevention and management of neck pain.
It also refers to areas where further research is needed. A new folder in a fixed series designed and commissioned by Sir Patrick Wall and its companion to an address in the series by the same author has been compiled and edited by two very famous names in the field of muscular and bone pain research and management and related clinical prevention and researchresearch. Of multi-functional attention and convenience.
Completely accurate even - based on the latest research.
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