New Recommendations for Back Pain Treatment

The American College of Physicians (ACP) released new guidelines for the treatment of the most common form of "non-specific" low back pain this week. Nonspecific pain is when your back hurts and "you're not sure what you did to it."

The headline? For pain that has lasted less than 12 weeks, non-drug treatment is recommended as the first line of treatment, including heat-wraps, massage, acupuncture and spinal manipulation. 

You can read more details in US News and World Report, and a number of other publications. If you want to go straight to the source, The American College of Physicians website has all the details.

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