Massage for Chronic Low Back Pain & Sciatica

Individuals with persistent low back pain can choose from a variety of proven nonsurgical treatments, including: medications, physical therapy, and exercise, to name a few. A 2017 study discussed another therapy for chronic low back pain and sciatica: massage.

 

“Clinical massage therapy appears to be effective for low back pain, and patients should discuss with their provider and consider clinical massage therapy before attempting highly debatable opioid drugs,” says Dr. Elder, who was the lead researcher of the study

 

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