National Osteoporosis Foundation Month: lots of information, guides about diet, testing, and prevention
False. According to an article in HealthDay News, a March 17 study published in JAMA (abstract only available for free) concludes that for older adults, receiving diagnostic imaging for new back pain not only fails to produce better outcomes, but actually tends to increase the costs associated with health care over time.
Reference: APTA PT in Motion News
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