Low back syndromes encompass disorders that arise in the lumbopelvic region, whose symptoms remain local or may travel to other body regions. Historically speaking, low back problems were not a significant nuisance to the Western world until the 20th Century.
Dr. Craig Morris discusses the significance of the problem of low back disorders in the early 21st Century. He discusses common types of disorders and common approaches to treatment. Finally, he provides recommendations that will equip the listener with the information needed to be pro-active in accepting and taking responsibility for the health of his or her back.
This presentation draws heavily from Dr. Morris’ multidisciplinary textbook entitled “Low Back Syndromes: Integrated Clinical management” (McGraw-Hill).