LOW BACK PAIN IN WOODTURNERS
SURVEY CONCERNING THE PREVALENCE OF LOW BACK PAIN IN WOODTURNERS
1) Do you have low back pain that limits or otherwise affects your ability to turn? *
If your answer is ‘no’, you may stop here and submit your reply. Thank you.
2) Have you previously had low back pain that limited your ability to turn but have recovered?
3) Did you or are you now seeing a health care provider for low back pain?
4) Did you have any imaging studies of your low back? (MRI Scan, CT Scan, X Ray, Isotope Scan, Myelogram, Thermogram)
5) Were you given a specific diagnosis or explanation for your low back pain?
If yes, what diagnosis were you given? (Choose all that apply)
6) What treatment was given or prescribed by your health care provider? (Choose all that apply)
7) What treatment did you undertake on your own? (Choose all that apply)
8) How much is/was your turning limited by low back pain? (Choose the most applicable)
9) What modifications at the lathe have you made to enable turning? (Choose any that apply)
10) What other aspects of woodturning are hampered? (Choose all that apply)
11) Which statement best summarizes your approach to turning with your back pain? (Choose most applicable)
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