Low back pain is a common annoying or debilitating experience. It's a primary reason people visit a health care professional and generates a lot of claims about "fixes".
Current research shows that rather than one "fix" there are many ways low back pain can be addressed. Clinical treatment guidelines are recommendations for treatment based on the most recent research and clinical knowledge.
This information provides options about what to do when you have back pain. A single modality or treatment can be helpful for pain, but it takes a resilience plan to really see change and progress. The good news is there are many cost-effective options you can put in place right now.
The most recent Canadian clinical practice guidelines can be found here: Canadian Low Back Pain Clinical Practice Guidelines