Presentation of Low Back Pain in Children Had a Low Diagnosis Rate
- What's a disability? Kowalski, William // Beverage Industry;Dec95, Vol. 86 Issue 12, p20
States that according to the American with Disabilities Act (ADA), not every back problem is a disability. Questions beverage employers often ask; What back impairments can limit.
- Low back pain. Jenner, J.R.; Barry, M. // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);4/8/95, Vol. 310 Issue 6984, p929
Focuses on the need for the proper diagnosis and identification of clinical syndromes of low back pain in Great Britain. Back pain syndromes; Clinical features; Diagnostic tools; Interventional techniques.
- The new thinking on low-back pain. Bigos, Stanley J.; Deyo, Richard A. // Patient Care;7/15/1995, Vol. 29 Issue 12, p140
Discusses the emergence of new thinking on low-back pain problem. Factors to be considered during the physical examination of patients; Information about different treatments available for low-back pain problems. INSETS: Why less is more.;Back pain in young athletes: A different...
- Back pains treatment scrutinized. // Executive Health's Good Health Report;Oct94, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p8
Cites whether back abnormalities are the cause of back pain. Existence of bulging, herniated and degenerated discs as the basis for many surgical procedures; Suggestion that back pain must be explained by factors other than disc problems; Prevalent use of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
- Mini-scope gets to the root of back pain. Berger, Abi // New Scientist;7/1/95, Vol. 147 Issue 1984, p18
Evaluates `myeloscope,' a device manufactured by a Georgia-based company named Myelotec, which can help in identifying the root cause of persistent back pain.
- Imaging practices for low-back pain. Housner, Jeffrey A.; Rubin, Aaron // Physician & Sportsmedicine;Jan97, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p26b
Summarizes the article `Patterns of Ordering Diagnostic Test for Patients with Acute Low Back Pain,' by T.S. Carey and J. Garret, published in the 1996 issue of `Annals of Internal Medicine.' Imaging practices for low back pain; Advice on the conservative use of imaging.
- Low-back pain unrelated to sit-up and sit-and-reach tests. Karageanes, Steven; Sallis, Robert E. // Physician & Sportsmedicine;May98, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p16X
Presents information concerning the relation of the low-back pain with the sit-up and sit-and-reach tests. Information on the function of these tests; Reference to the operation of these tests; Indication of the test performance and data.
- Intertester reliability of a modified version of McKenzie's lateral shift assessment obtained on... Donahue, Mary Sue; Riddle, Daniel L. // Physical Therapy;Jul1996, Vol. 76 Issue 7, p706
Determines whether reliable judgments about lateral shift can be obtained on patients with low back pain using a modified version of the McKenzie system. Patient's syndrome classification; Measurement techniques; Description of the side-glide test sequence; Algorithm for determining the...
- Conference. // Physical Therapy;Jul1996, Vol. 76 Issue 7, p716
Discusses the need for operational definitions in the research entitled `Intertester Reliability of a Modified Version of McKenzie's Lateral Shift Assessments Obtained on Patients With Low Back Pain,' by Mary Sue Donahue, Daniel Riddle, et al published in the July 1996 issue of the `Physical...