The structure of the website

The structure of the website is as follows:

The structure of the website consists of the main webpage, which you are currently on, and five chapters with a blog.

  • The main webpage includes an introduction and three parts. Part 1 aims to provide information for patients, Part 2 is dedicated to providing information for health professionals, and Part 3 is intended for other researchers interested in the topic.
  • The five chapters delve deeply into the main topics related to back mice, including painful nodules and trigger points, peripheral nerve entrapments, fatty tissue, pain mechanisms, and historical errors. These chapters are intended to facilitate the exchange of information among researchers.
  • Additionally, the website features a blog with various entries, and we encourage contributions from individuals, whether they are patients, health professionals, or researchers.


Structure of the Main webpage…(the page you are currently on)

Main page PART 1: Useful Information for PATIENTS searching for information.

  • Part 1.1 – The first step as a patient is to find a doctor who is willing to listen.
  • Part 1.2 – The patient can assist the health professional through the palpation technique.
  • Part 1.3 – The patient may use appropriate medical terminology and refer to relevant literature.
  • Part 1.4 – The patient may request the performance of diagnostic imaging using ultrasound.
  • Part 1.5 – The patient may request pain relief techniques.
  • Part 1.6 – The reasons for considering surgical removal.

Main page PART 2: Useful information for HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS  searching for information.

  • Part 2.1 – What are back mice, in simple terms?
  • Part 2.2 – Are back mice considered lipomas?
  • Part 2.3 – How can I suspect the presence of back mice?
  • Part 2.4 – Why are these fibrofatty nodules called back mice?
  • Part 2.5 – What are the main articles published regarding the topic of back mice?
  • Part 2.6 – Why can back mice cause low back pain or referred pain?
  • Part 2.7 – Why are many physicians unaware of the existence of this clinical entity?
  • Part 2.8 – How can back mice be diagnosed?
  • Part 2.9 – What are the treatment options for painful back mice?
  • Part 2.10 – The best palpation technique
  • Part 2.11 – How to perform an ultrasound examination
  • Part 2.12 – How to infiltrate a painful back mice
  • Part 2.13 – How to perform dry needling on a painful back mice

Main page PART 4: Useful information for RESEARCHERS also studying this topic.

  • Part 3.1 – Our theory regarding of “The scientific eclipse to back mice”
  • Part 3.2 – The intriguing stories of researchers who stumbled upon this topic by chance
  • Part 3.3 – A compilation of medical articles pertaining to this topic
  • Part 3.4 – The confusion surrounding medical terminology associated with this topic
  • Part 3.5 – Exploration of other clinical entities linked to back mice research
  • Part 3.6 – Remaining unanswered questions in the field
  • Part 3.7- Our theories on lymphatic bubbles entrapped within fascial membranes

Structure of the five Chapters…

  • Chapter 1 – Nodules and Trigger Points (this chapter is addressed to RESEARCHERS)
  • Chapter 2 –Nerve Entrapment (this chapter is addressed toRESEARCHERS)
  • Chapter 3 – Fatty tissue (this chapter is addressed toRESEARCHERS)
  • Chapter 4 – Pain mechanism (this chapter is addressed toRESEARCHERS)
  • Chapter 5 – History errors (this chapter is addressed toRESEARCHERS)

Structure of the blog…

The blog entries : The blog discussions are addressed to EVERYBODY.  We have published several entries on our blog page to initiate discussions about this subject. You are welcome to contribute to the blog with your insights and contributions. Please note that all entries are initially reviewed by our team, but we are open to publishing anything that brings interesting points of view from other researchers or patients’ experiences. We value diverse perspectives and aim to foster meaningful discussions on the topic.

What is the main goal of this website?

Our primary objective is to facilitate the sharing of information among researchers and individuals interested in back mice research. To achieve this goal, we have developed this website and established two YouTube channels specifically dedicated to this topic, serving as visual platforms.

These platforms are integral to our translational research project, which seeks to effectively disseminate our current knowledge and potential discoveries to fellow researchers, health professionals, and patients in a clear and accessible manner.


What is our interest in offering freely available information on this website?

Our interest in the project is entirely altruistic, as we firmly believe in the importance of sharing knowledge.

Shedding light on the frequently overlooked and under-diagnosed cause of low back pain in specific patients, back mice, is of utmost importance for us.

Despite its significance, this condition has unfortunately not garnered sufficient attention. Our primary objective is to bridge this gap by offering comprehensive information and valuable resources to address this issue effectively.

If you have any contributions, corrections, or remarks, or if you simply wish to get in touch, please feel free to email us at:

We deeply value your engagement and eagerly look forward to hearing from you.