This is a medical text book aimed at all health care professionals who care for patients with back pain. It is a book for health professionals about the understanding and management of back pain. It has become established as one of the leading examples of a biopsychosocial approach to medicine. It sets out to challenge unsubstantiated beliefs regarding the best way to treat and manage back pain and to create an interdisciplinary debate on the subject. Patients and society are demanding more effective approaches to this huge problem. This requires a radical rethink among professionals about their individual contributions to the problem. This book is about the revolution that is taking place in this area.
Back Pain: Back Pain Treatment: Back Pain Relief: How To Heal Back Problems: Ace McCloud
Low back pain is the most common public health problem throughout the world related to Nursing profession. The etiology of low back pain is assumed to be of multi-factorial origin as individual, work-related and psychosocial factors can contribute to its development. The study included 395 Nurses and gave a response rate of 91.9%. The mean age was 30.6 (±8.4) years. Nearly half of the participants (n=181, 45.8%, 95% CI (40.8%- 50.6%)) were complained low back pain. There were statistical significant association between low back pain and working shift, physical activities at work, sleep disturbance and felt little pleasure by doing things. The prevalence of low back pain was found among Nurses. Preventive measures should be taken to reduce the risk of low back pain by educational programs on back care ergonomics and arranging proper rest periods.
Beat back pain: Ruth Chambers
Encyclopedia Of Back Pain: J Mathis