Can You Talk Your Way Out of Chronic Back Pain?

Cognitive behavioral therapy may help patients with chronic or acute low-back pain, British researchers say. Patients involved in the intervention -- which focused on beliefs and behaviors regarding exercise -- experienced measurably more relief from pain and disability than those who did not have the therapy after one year, Dr. Sarah Lamb of the University of Warwick and colleagues reported online in the journal Lancet. "Effective treatments that result in sustained improvements in low-back...Full Story
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