Parkrunners Contribute to Landmark Study

Parkrun is something of a phenomenon. 1.25 million people in 450 countries take part in them every weekend. The weekly 5k runs take place in parks across the world, by people of all ages and abilities. This inadvertently creates the perfect situation to carry out various studies on hobbiest runners. Such was the case in … Continued

Spinal Manipulative Therapy for acute lower back pain: Clinical benefit or harm?

New research has come to light analysing the association of Spinal Manipulative Therapy (SMT) with the clinical benefit and harm for acute low back pain. The study spans a systematic review and meta-analysis of data to come to conclusions appropriate for clinical application. Pertinent Results: Within the study, 40 of the articles studied were identified … Continued