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Acute back pain Presentation

An overview of clinical back pain, looking at common aetiology and methods of avoiding reinjury.
Authored By Thomas Lemon on Friday 13th July 2012

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Thomas Lemon
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Posted about 7 years ago
Gives a great holistic view in addition to medical points
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Lauren Bishop
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Posted about 7 years ago
Great presenting voice!!!
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Jon Holland
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Posted about 7 years ago
I actually realky like this and thinks its equal if not better than the CN thingy
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Michael De Souza Rata
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Posted about 7 years ago
nice one tom!!!!!!!
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Bob Griffin
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Posted about 7 years ago
Ok I just saw your cranial nerve one so thought i have a look at this too - not bad. Not quite the amaxingness of your CN poser tho
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chrisltopher beale
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Posted about 7 years ago
Cool I came here from facebook!. Nice presentation
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Cath Kiernough
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Posted about 7 years ago
Sexy presenting voice.
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Tom Bell
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Posted about 7 years ago
So funny hearing you online! Really good presentation though, it has some really interesting and unusual facts in it. I really really really like the question at the end and the explanation, and the dietary info is pretty cool as well Good work
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Thomas Lemon
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Posted about 7 years ago
Still waiting for results - thanks for support to all voters etc
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Thomas Lemon
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Posted about 7 years ago
@ashkan , dont understand rich either @ john - sexy voice ?
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Rich Dufston
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Posted about 7 years ago
So did this win?
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Irene Kolosa
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Posted over 5 years ago
I enjoyed the slide presentation and interesting quiz at the end.
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Chris Murphy
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Posted about 7 years ago
Cool
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Chris Piper
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Posted about 7 years ago
Sweet - thanks mate - people always forget things like back pain, but this is really insightul
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Nick Ruskell
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Posted about 7 years ago
I like it - you don't need in depth stuff about acute back pain he raises interesting points, puts them across well and explains things well. this doesn't pretend to be anything other than what it is - and problems and criticisms would arise if it di
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Yousef Khan
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Posted about 7 years ago
Sweet
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Sheldon Cooper
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Posted about 7 years ago
I heard about this thing on facebook, and thought it was worth a look - just heading back to 3rd year and bit worried about Cranial nerves. This looks really good - I hope Meducation and other sites support the students who make these posters - becaus
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Sheldon Cooper
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Posted about 7 years ago
I love the WIN slide about prevention LOLOLOLOL nice touch!!!
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Sheldon Cooper
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Posted about 7 years ago
And interesting stuff about diet!!
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Sheldon Cooper
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Posted about 7 years ago
And thanks for the MCQ !!
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John Aithens
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Posted about 7 years ago
What does that rich comment mean LOL Good work Sexy voice LOL Agreed
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Marie Burgess
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Posted over 5 years ago
Good overiew-to the point.
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Jac Koumi
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MSD prevention and management advisor - COSAFE LIMITED, across the UK and parts of Europe
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Posted over 4 years ago
what is the best time in the day for stretching? Is first thing in the morning not a good time?
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Ashkan Rad
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Posted about 7 years ago
it was useful but not rich!!
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Asra Alwandi
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Medical Student - St. Georges University, London
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Posted over 4 years ago
Very comprehensive and thorough. Thank you so much for sharing this!
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Ashkan Rad
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Posted about 7 years ago
@John>>>I mean it was not sexy enough!!!!:) @Thomas >>I mean it was not detailed enough.
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