Alexander technique studied for chronic low back pain
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Low back pain affects about 30% of people in the United States every year, and is the second most common reason for visits to primary care offices.Despite optimal treatment, many patients have recurrent or chronic back pain. Adjunct therapies, such as massage, acupuncture, or osteopathic manipulation, are also sometimes used, particularly for chronic cases. One of the less common adjunct therapies is Alexander Technique (AT).
Evidence Based Practice 12(2): 01-03.