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Norton Hadler has written that back pain was not a common complaint in the United States till it emerged between the two world wars. He poses reasons for the medicalization of this compliant in the United States.[1]

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  1. Hadler NM (1986). "Regional back pain.". N Engl J Med. 315 (17): 1090–2. PMID 2945110. doi:10.1056/NEJM198610233151711. 



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