Neurology Research

Neuroscience & Functional Neurology Research Studies

Back Pain and Decreased Brain Function

How does back pain cause decreased brain function?

Patients with Chronic (long term) Back Pain showed 5–11% less neocortical (brain) gray matter volume than control subjects. Simply put – this study shows the connection between back pain and decreased brain function. This type of brain loss is equivalent to the gray matter volume lost in 10 –20 years of normal aging.

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Back pain and decreased brain function
Back pain & decreased brain function

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