Low Back Pain

Kathryn Merrow on November 21st, 2011

Do legs cause low back pain?  They do when one is shorter than the other.  And about 1 out of 10 of us has a difference in leg length.  This is not the only cause but it is a commonly overlooked cause. I had an elderly client named Bob.  He had lower back pain from […]


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Kathryn Merrow on August 22nd, 2010

Muscle strain can cause low back pain.  No surprise there because muscles are the most common cause of back pain.  They are also the most commonly overlooked cause of pain. Medical tests look for pressure on nerves.  But what causes the pressure?  Muscles. Medical tests look for damage to joints.  Outside of direct injury, what’s […]


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