Differential Approaches To Treatment And Rehabilitation Of Patients With Pain In Spin In Ambulator Conditions

Yulduz Isamukhametova, : Adiba Usmankhodjaeva, Anna Prokhorova


Background. Analysis of the frequency of treatment in the outpatient network of our country showed that more than 40% of patients in polyclinics come to the doctor with a complaint of pain. Epidemiological studies conducted in recent years in several countries of the world have shown a high prevalence of pain syndromes among the adult population. For example, in Europe, according to a large-scale epidemiological study, chronic pain affects about 20% of the population. The most common cause of non-oncological chronic pain syndromes are arthralgia and arthritis (35%), as well as back pain (24%).

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