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Why “Feeling Better” Doesn’t Mean You’re Healed

This study shows that even if your patients “feel” better, chances are they still have issues with trunk and spine stabilization, sensorimotor integration and proprioception.

This is another study that reinforces the fact that short term care doesn’t affect long term back pain. Most people suffer from recurring back pain, and it’s because they still have issues with proprioception, trunk and spine stabilization and muscle function even after their pain subsides. It’s these very things that cause mechanical dysfunction in the spine, and therefore, pain.

Help your clients the best by creating longer care programs along with neuromuscular rehabilitation type exercises.

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