Review of Study Titled “Effect of Waiting Room Communication Strategy on Imaging Rates and Awareness of Public Health Messages for Low Back Pain”

Welcome back to SpineIQ’s Back Blog! This week, we want to discuss an innovative, low cost, and clinically relevant study conducted by Sharma et al.1 This study titled “Effect of waiting room communication strategy on imaging rates and awareness of public health...

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Research Article Review of “Impact Of Chiropractic Care On Use Of Prescription Opioids In Patients With Spinal Pain”

Welcome back to SpineIQ’s Back Blog! During the month of October, we will be highlighting some studies or people that won awards at the most recent World Federation of Chiropractic conference! This week, we will discuss “Impact of Chiropractic care on use of...

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Research Article Review of “Agreement between telehealth and in-person assessment of patients with chronic musculoskeletal conditions presenting to an advanced-practice physiotherapy screening clinic”

Welcome back to SpineIQ Back Blog! This week we’ll continue with the September theme of discussing clinically relevant studies with - Agreement between telehealth and in-person assessment of patients with chronic musculoskeletal conditions presenting to an...

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Research article review of “Staying At Work With Musculoskeletal Pain: What Supporting Resources Do People Need?”

Welcome back to SpineIQ’s Back Blog! This week we will continue with September’s theme of highlighting clinically meaningful research studies with “Staying at work with musculoskeletal pain: what supporting resources do people need?” by Oakman et al.1 Advice to return...

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Research Article Review of “Increased Use of Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Back Pain Following Statewide Medicaid Coverage Changes in Oregon”

Welcome back to SpineIQ’s Back Blog! Last week, looked at how social determinants of health can impact potentially spine care.1 This week, we will explore access to care for underserved populations by discussing the study “Increased use of complementary and...

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Research Article Review of “Low Back Pain and the Social Determinants of Health: A Systematic Review and Narrative Synthesis”

Welcome back to SpineIQ’s Back Blog! Last week, we discussed a thought-provoking research article by Louw et al. “Evaluation is treatment for low back pain.”1 This week, we will continue with our September theme of reviewing research articles that we believe could...

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