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Episode 340: Manipulating research for spinal manipulative therapy for low back pain

In episode 340, Mike and James get all bent out of shape when they discuss the evidence around spinal manipulative therapy and low back pain. The evidence suggests no reliable effect for acute pain but the possibility of an effect for chronic pain. But any recommendations are a stretch because of the poor quality of the evidence.

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Manipulating research for spinal manipulative therapy for low back pain

 

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