Multidisciplinary Management Eases Nonspecific Low Back Pain

This study addresses the management of nonspecific low back pain, emphasising a multidisciplinary approach that includes rehabilitation, medication, psychosocial interventions, physical activity, patient guidance, and re-education. The results reveal a reduction in pain and motor disability at various follow-up points (6 and 12 months). Despite the challenging nature of nonspecific low back pain, the implementation of multimodal therapies and a multidisciplinary team approach proves effective.

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