Low back pain--a community-based study of care-seeking and therapeutic effectiveness.
- Published Article
Disability and rehabilitation
- Publication Date
Jan 21, 2003
Individuals reporting severe LBP were more likely to seek care. The treatment utilities perceived to be most effective were alternative medicine and therapeutic exercises, whereas the least effective were physicians' office visits. A gap was found between clinical guidelines and physicians referrals for other therapeutic interventions.
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