Study IDs factors related to persistent lower back pain

10/26/2009 | Medscape (free registration)

Arthritis researchers said peer relationship problems and being of smaller stature are two of five factors that can predict persistent lower back pain in children ages 11 to 14. The study also found previous widespread body pain, long duration of low back pain episodes and radiating leg pain also were predictive factors.

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