Monthly Archives: December 2012
Intensive whiplash treatment is no better than standard care, a study suggests. The study, in the Lancet looked at the treatment of more than 2,700 people with mild to moderate whiplash. No additional benefits were seen in those who had … Continue reading
When it comes to your moods, decisions and behaviour, the brain in your head is not the only one doing the thinking IT’S been a tough morning. You were late for work, missed a crucial meeting and now your boss … Continue reading
Greater access to cheap vitamin D supplements would improve the health of at-risk groups, experts say. The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH) says up to 25% of UK children are vitamin D deficient, leading to a rise … Continue reading
Let go of outdated paradigms and stop dwelling on Biomechanical tissue-based models when treating Back Pain.
This was the message from CSP fellow Dr Mick Thacker, director of the ‘Pain: Science and Society’ MSc course at King’s College London. Giving a keynote lecture, Dr Thacker advised delegates to move away from purely mechanical-based therapies for back … Continue reading