We’ve Got Your Back: Current Management of Acute Low Back Pain

Joyce McSwan

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Joyce McSwan

Clinical Pharmacist; Clinical Director, Gold Coast Primary Health Network - Persistent Pain Program

Joyce McSwan

This article discusses the assessment and management of acute low back pain in general practice according to the best available evidence to date.

JOYCE MCSWAN
B.Pharm FPSA Cert IV TAE

Dr McSwan is Clinical Director of the Gold Coast Primary Health Network ‘Turning Pain into Gain’ program and Managing Director of PainWISE. Her contributions have been recognised through awards and partnerships with Griffith Uni, Bond Uni, Pain Australia and the Pain Management Research Institute. She is a Fellow of the Pharmaceutical Society of Australia and President Elect of the Australian Pain Society.

 

DR PETER MCCANN
MRes(cand) MAppSc BAppSc DAppSc FASLM MACA MANTA

Peter McCann is national clinical educator for Immuron, an Australian biotech company, and a casual academic at the School of Health, Medicine and Applied Sciences, CQ Uni. He is certified by the International Board of Lifestyle Medicine, is a Fellow of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine and is currently a Masters in Research
candidate at CQ University.

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