News for Dynamic Disc Designs which includes updated research and a synthesis of the most updated studies to help efficiently engage with patients and their back and neck pain.

We take an approach that an evidence-based practitioner would take. Carefully dissecting the history of a patients complaints, weaving the mechanical and psychosocial factors and then deliver a rational and tangible approach to relieving the back pain to the patient. Our news helps keep the practitioner abreast of the latest publications related to musculoskeletal health.

At our headquarters, we dedicate weekly hours to comb through the research for those who treat back pain and neck pain and deliver it.

Regenerated
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Low Rate Loading Regenerated Degenerated Discs

Goal of the Study? The regenerative potential of a degenerated disc has been questioned over the years. In this ISSLS prize-winning study[1.ISSLS Prize in Bioengineering Science 2022: low rate cyclic loading as a therapeutic strategy for intervertebral…
Endplate Damage
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Facet joint injections with and without endplate damage—a prospective cohort study.

Goal of the Study? Lower back pain contributes to a lot of pain and disability on this planet. One of the strategies for dealing with it is using facet joint injections with corticosteroids to reduce the pain. However, facet joint injections…
far lateral disc herniation
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Far lateral lumbar disc herniation | Imaging, neurophysiology and clinical features

Goal of the Study? In this review article from the open access World Journal of Orthopedics [1. Far lateral lumbar disc herniation part 1 Imaging, neurophysiology and clinical features] the authors’ goal was to provide a comprehensive review…
back pain patients, patient education models
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What back pain patients want and the assumptions medical doctors have

Goal of the Study? In this prospective clinical study, researchers asked low back pain subjects: what is important to them? [1. What does the patient with back pain want? A comparison of patient preferences and physician assumptions] This was…
sedentary behaviour
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Association between sedentary behaviour and low back pain

Goal of the Study? In this qualitative systematic review and meta-analysis article from the Journal of Health Promotion Perspectives [1. Association between sedentary behavior and low back pain A systematic review and meta-analysis] the authors…
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chronic spinal pain
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The Association between Sleep and Chronic Spinal Pain: A Systematic Review from the Last Decade

Goal of the Study? In this systematic review from the Journal of Clinical Medicine [1. The Association between Sleep and Chronic Spinal Pain: A Systematic Review from the Last Decade] the authors’ goal was to investigate the assumed association…
Low back-related leg pain
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Low Back-related Leg Pain and Axial Loading with MRI – Using the Visual Analog Scale and Pain Drawings

Goal of the Study? Low back-related leg pain is thought to be neuropathic in origin due to compromise of a nerve root(s) and is also commonly known as sciatica. In a study published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine [1. Axially Loaded Magnetic…
Neurobiology
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The neurobiology of skeletal pain

Goal of the review? In this review [1. The neurobiology of skeletal pain], the authors focus on recent advances in understanding the nociceptive and neuropathic components of pain, as well as treatments for skeletal pain.    Why…