• Corpus ID: 81824814

CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN, PTSD, AND DEPRESSION: A CASE FOR USING THERAPEUTIC NEUROSCIENCE EDUCATION AND MANUAL THERAPY TO SUPPORT ENGAGEMENT IN PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICE

@inproceedings{Hinkeldey2018CHRONICLB,
  title={CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN, PTSD, AND DEPRESSION: A CASE FOR USING THERAPEUTIC NEUROSCIENCE EDUCATION AND MANUAL THERAPY TO SUPPORT ENGAGEMENT IN PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICE},
  author={Nathan A. Hinkeldey and James Leonard and Trevor McArthur},
  year={2018}
}
Objectives: TO demonstrate the benefit that a strong patient-provider relationship can have in treating a patient with chronic low back pain and mental health conditions using manual therapy and therapeutic neuroscience education. Clinical Presentation: A 32-year-old male veteran had dull, central low back pain. Clinical testing revealed the back pain was predominantly mechanical; however, an affective component to pain was also identified. His symptoms responded favorably to an end-range… 

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