I look at the source of the pain and it’s receptors in reference to back pain and one’s spine. I also discuss the difference between a structural and non-structural source of the pain. Read more about this topic in discussing structural sources of pain.
It can be difficult for patients to accept that their problem is, essentially, “undetectable.” They are in so much pain, it seems impossible that so many tests would come up negative. In truth, physicians can make an exact diagnosis of the source of low back pain only about fifteen percent of … Read More