||Individual Interest in Back and Neck Pain Research
NASS is exploring the feasibility of starting a nonprofit organization focused solely on raising and granting funds for medical research into back and neck pain. This is a survey about back and neck pain, how you feel it has affected you, how you feel it has affected society, and how we might respond to the problems and issues that arise due to back and neck pain.
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