Provider of self-help for lower back pain and sciatica, Edinburgh Osteopath Gavin Routledge discusses why the bone-out theory refuses to go away.
The points made include:
- It seems to fit your feelings
- It’s perpetuated by some clinicians
- It’s easy to understand
- “Cracking” seems to help
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