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The diagnosis of non-specific low straight back discomfort imppes no understood pathoanatomical cause.

The diagnosis of non-specific low straight back discomfort imppes no understood pathoanatomical cause. Moreover, Savage et al [14] reported that 32% of these asymptomatic topics had “abnormal” lumbar spines (proof of disk degeneration, disc bulging or protrusion, facet hypertrophy, or neurological root compression) and only 47% of the topics who had been experiencing low straight…