Chronic low back pain is consistently among the top 5 most common reasons for primary care visits, and for many presentations there is no clear association between the patient’s pain and identifiable pathology of the spine or associated tissues. Dr. Goodin discusses the patient experience with this nonspecific pain and outlines how the practitioner can best respond. Building rapport and alliance is the key to better outcomes!
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