Review of Study “The relationship between spinal pain and comorbidity: cross-sectional analysis of community-dwelling, older Australian women.”

Welcome back to SpineIQ’s BackBlog! This week, we are highlighting a WFC-NCMIC Louis Sportelli Research Award winning paper led by Dr. Katie De Luca, titled “The relationship between spinal pain and comorbidity: cross-sectional analysis of community-dwelling, older...

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Review of Study “Chiropractic care for adults with pregnancy-related low back, pelvic girdle pain, or combination pain: a systematic review” Weis et al.

Welcome back to SpineIQ’s Back Blog! This week, we will continue our month-long focus on women- led research for Women History month. Low back pain in pregnancy has been understudied considering the burden and prevalence. A recent study led by Dr. Carol Ann Weis,...

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Review of Study “Does Adherence to the Guideline Recommendation for Active Treatments Improve the Quality of Care for Patients With Acute Low Back Pain Delivered by Physical Therapists?”

Welcome back to the Spine IQ Back Blog! March is Women’s History Month, so we are going to highlight low back pain studies that feature woman as first author. This week, we will be discussing a paper by Dr. Julie Fritz that has received an incredible 236 citations...

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