The treatment of back pain (BP) is one of the most common problems in medical practice. Often, BP correlates with detectable degenerative changes in the spine, but these changes do not always make the main contribution to the development of pain. We conducted an analysis of the clinical picture of patients with back pain and its correlation with the changes identified during neuroimaging to exclude true radiculopathy. An assessment was made of the condition of the patient with articular dysfunction syndrome and muscle pathology, including both local muscle changes and various functional disorders. Based on the information received, there was a rehabilitation treatment technique for this group of patients. The most effective methods of kinesiotherapeutic treatment were identified. The principle of their selection was developed for various nosologies.
Galina Zadorina Negoda