Archives: July 2013

Multi-discipinary Care – How Does it Work in Clinical Practice?

I am going to begin this article by explaining that multi-disciplinary care is most often inaccurately used in common parlance. The term implies that several health care practitioners are managing an individual patient at the same time. While this type … Continue reading

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Non-Specific Lower Back Pain – What is that?

Patients are often confused or disappointed when they are told that they are experiencing “non-specific” lower back pain because they understandably do not know what it means. In fairness, it is a generic diagnosis which means; Their condition is not … Continue reading

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Low Back Pain – Proper Diagnosis and Management

Low back pain is so common – over 80% of the population will experience it at some point – that terming it a disease does not really make much sense. Everyone has experienced the common cold and we all get … Continue reading

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Treating Modic Patients – A Case Study

At the Broadgate Spine & Joint Clinic we have the largest number of MAST Certified Clinicians of any clinic in the UK. We are seeing an increasing number of patients who come to our clinic in order to determine whether … Continue reading

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