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Dynamic Chiropractic – March 1, 2020, Vol. 38, Issue 03

Working With Pain: Best-Practice Principles

By Marc Heller, DC
What principles stand the test of time and research to provide guidance in the challenge of working with patients in pain? The following is drawn from 40 years of experience in practice, and from the evidence. Special thanks to Stuart McGill, PhD, my current favorite teacher. As usual, my examples are focused on the lower back, but can apply to any pain. 

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