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Hanne B. Albert

Medical Director

Modic Clinic

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Background Information

Employment History

Leading Researcher

Speaker


Associate Professor

University of Southern Denmark


Affiliations

Persica Pharmaceuticals Ltd

Founder


Education

Masters of Public Health

Univesity


PT MPH PhD


PhD

University of Southern Denmark


Web References(14 Total References)


The Team |

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Hanne Albert PhD
After qualifying as a physiotherapist in Copenhagen, Dr Albert was awarded a Masters of Public Health for her research work in the pelvic pain sphere from the Univesity of Gothenburg Sweden, 2000. She was thereafter employed as a PhD candidate at the Spine Centre, University of Southern Denmark. She received her PhD at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Southern Denmark in 2004. During her research on patients with disc herniations, Dr Albert discovered that approximately 50% of patients developed Modic changes (bone oedema) within a year; she was the first to describe the connection between a previous disc herniation and new Modic changes in the adjacent vertebra. She was awarded the prize for the best scientific presentation at the European Spine conference in 2005 for this work. Dr Albert has published numerous groundbreaking studies in this field and was the lead scientist in the renowned randomised clinical trial which demonstrated that an extended course of oral antibiotics resulted in significant improvement to patients suffering with chronic low back pain and Modic changes. She has been awarded the prestigious annual Pain Research Prize from the German Pain Society (2017). Dr Albert continued working at the Spine Centre as a Senior Researcher and Associate Professor until 2013, and is currently the Medical Director at the Modic Clinic, Odense, Denmark.


Media |

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Consultant Spinal Surgeon, Peter Hamlyn, dicussess the groundbreaking clinical research led by Dr Hanne Albert and Professor Claus Manniche and Persica Pharmaceuticals' aim to bring forward a new therapy to treat patients suffering from CLBP.


Therapeutic Focus |

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Persica Pharmaceuticals' research concept is based upon groundbreaking clinical research led by Dr Hanne Albert and Professor Claus Manniche of the Spine Centre of the University of Southern Denmark.
Hanne B. Albert • Joan S. Sorensen • Berit Schiott Christensen • Claus Manniche Antibiotic treatment in patients with chronic low back pain and vertebral bone edema (Modic type 1 changes): a double-blind randomized clinical controlled trial of efficacy.


How back pain can be beaten with antibiotics: Breakthrough could cure 40% of sufferers | Chronic Pain Support Charity

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Hanne Albert, the Danish scientist who made the discovery, said almost half of those with chronic lower back pain could benefit.
This works out at more than half a million Britons, including many who are in the prime of life. Dr Albert said: 'These are mums and dads in the middle of an active working life. Dr Albert, working with colleagues from Birmingham, believes that often this persistent pain is caused not by damaged disc by rogue bacteria that have infiltrated it. Dr Albert, of the University of Southern Denmark, described the improvement as 'amazing' and said the patients were effectively cured. She added: 'I can't tell you how many people have given me hugs and told me I have given them their life back.' Dr Albert is now educating GPs, doctors and physiotherapists on how to spot those whose pain is caused by the bacteria. She said: 'I don't want surgery for these people.


Modic Changes & Back Pain - Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy

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Current research has indicated that as many as 40% of chronic low back pain sufferers may have a bacterial infection of the disc which may be treated easily and at low cost with antibiotics in a protocol called Modic Antibiotic Spinal Therapy, developed by Dr. Hanne B. Albert, PT, MHP, PhD. and colleagues.
Dr Albert is an Associate professor at the University of Southern Denmark, Denmark. Dr. Albert has been a truly courageous pioneer.


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