Evaluating and managing acute low back pain in the primary care setting

January 28th, 2016|

Acute low back pain is a common reason for patient calls or visits to a best spine specialist’s primary care. Despite a large differential diagnosis, the precise etiology is rarely identified, although musculoligamentous processes are usually suspected. For most patients, back symptoms are nonspecific, meaning that there is no evidence for radicular symptoms or underlying […]