Examples of evidence which might lead Osteopaths to change their advice. 2011



Carragee E et al
Discography in Patients After Limited Lumbar Discectomy Provocative A controlled, randomised study of pain response in symptomatic and asymptomatic subjects, presented at the annual meeting of the North American Spine Society, Chicago, 1999a; as yet unpublished.

Carragee E et al
Reliability of Subjective Concordancy Assessment During Provocative Disc Injection Presented at the annual meeting of the North America Spine Society, Chicago, 1999b; as yet unpublished.

Walsh TR et al
Lumbar Discography in Normal Subjects: A Controlled, Prospective Study Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 1990 72(7): 1081-1088.

Elliott AM et al
The Epidemiology of Chronic Pain in the Community The Lancet 1999 354: 1248-52.

Abenhaim L et al
The Role of Activity in the Therapeutic Management of Back Pain Spine (in press).

Brinckmann P and Burton AK et al
Occurrence and Magnitude of Overload Injuries to the Lumbar Vertebrae and Discs of Workers Exposed to Heavy Physical Exertions or Vibration. Norwich UK: HSE Books 1999. Her Majesty's Stationery Office, St Clement's House, 2-16 Colegate, Norwich, NR3 1BQ.

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