Getting to the root of your patient's back pain
Suzanne M. Bonner RN, CMSRN, BS

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Nursing2014
July 2009 
Volume 39  Number 7
Pages 36 - 41
 
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ABSTRACT
Bonner, Suzanne M. RN, CMSRN, BS

Issue: Volume 39(7), July 2009, p 36–41 Publication Type: [Feature] Publisher: © 2009 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Institution(s): Suzanne M. Bonner is a staff nurse in the orthopaedic/medical-surgical unit at Good Samaritan Hospital in Baltimore, Md. Learn how to assess for common injuries, guide the patient through diagnosis and treatment, and teach him to protect himself from further injury. Figure. No caption available.

ALTHOUGH RARELY LIFE-THREATENING, back injuries can be life-altering, causing ongoing physical, economic, and emotional problems. Patients miss time from work and in some cases must change occupations or stop working. Pain may dramatically decrease mobility and exercise tolerance, alter bowel and bladder function, and impair sexual activity.

In this article, I'll review some common traumatic and nontraumatic injuries that can lead to debilitating back pain and discuss treatments and nursing interventions that can help. ...

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