Yoga improves back pain in veterans

02:00 EDT 31 Jul 2017 | Arthritis Digest

Veterans who completed a 12 week yoga programme had better scores on a disability questionnaire, improved pain intensity scores, and a decline in opioid use says new research. A total of 150 veterans with chronic lower back pain were split into groups. One group had 12 weeks of yoga (two 60 minute sessions a week). […]

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