What alternative health

practitioners might not tell you



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A paper recently turned up in the journal Rheumatology by Majid Artus and his colleagues at Keele University. They performed a systematic review that aimed to assess not the effectiveness of interventions but instead the overall pattern of symptom development over time of back pain sufferers who take part in clinical trials and how it might vary between different types of intervention…It is interesting that the placebo treatment/waiting list control/no treatment group didn’t differ from the treatment groups.” Neil O’Connell, researcher in the Centre for Research in Rehabilitation, Brunel University. (Body In Mind blog, 22nd November 2010)