Research sees benefit in manual therapy for back pain

03/19/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

Osteopathic treatment for lower back pain was more effective than ultrasound and reduced patients' use of pain medication, according to a study in the Annals of Family Medicine. The study included 450 patients with chronic back pain, and the hands-on treatment involved light pressure, resistance and stretching.

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