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View Poll Results: The risk of chronic back pain is reduced by what?
Not focusing on the psychological aspects of the problem 0 0%
avoiding unnecessary, excessive, or inappropriate investigations 5 100.00%
avoiding activity until the pain gets better 0 0%
nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory use 0 0%
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Old September 9th, 2002, 10:42
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The risk of chronic back pain is reduced by...

Paying attention to the psychological aspects of back pain helps reduce the chance that the pain will become chronic.

Avoiding unnecessary, excessive, or inappropriate tests helps reduce the chance of chronicity.
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Old September 18th, 2002, 11:12
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Angry Psychological factors are important

I have found that this is important in treating LBP
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