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Post-test: A Spinal Control Approach to Back Pain for the Primary Care Provider

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Low back pain
Is a common problem with an incidence of 80% in the population.
Currently, the majority of low back pain has been classified as "non-specific" regardless of findings on advanced imaging modalities.
Evidence based task forces have recognized that identification of distinct patterns of reliable clinical findings should be the basis for back pain categorization and subsequent treatment.
All of the above.