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The Chronic Back Pain Clinic recognizes that what may work for one chronic back pain patient may not necessarily be effective in helping another. Each individual patient must be evaluated carefully to determine the specific cause of their chronic back pain and the treatment program therefore particularly tailored to address the specific need of each individual patient presenting for care.

Quite frankly, at the Chronic Back Pain Clinic, we feel with most certainty that if a specific treatment program is not effective in producing results within 14 days of initiation of the therapy program, it most likely is the wrong modality of therapy and continuation of that treatment is unlikely to produce any significant improvement.

At that point, there must be either an alternate therapy to offer the patient with a reasonable expectation of success, or arrangements must be made to refer that patient to a higher level of care for further investigation and management.

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