Wednesday, May 23, 2012

How Back Pain Affects Fibromyalgia

“The back pain plus fibromyalgia group showed significantly more severe impairments in body functions, more severe activity limitations, and participation restrictions,” writes the lead author Lena Nordeman, Ph.D., RPT. She adds, “Less social support and lower healthy-related quality of life” was also found in the patients with both conditions compared to those with low back pain.


Fibromyalgia Network
http://www.fmnetnews.com/latest-news/how-back-pain-affects-fibromyalgia

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  1. Use chairs that are easy to get into and out of. When chairs are to high or low you will force your back to make unusual and unnatural adjustments when you sit or stand. Target chairs that feel natural when you sit with little or no pain and make sure it offers good support to the back while sitting. Chiropractors Denver CO
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