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Clinical prediction for success of interventions for managing low back pain

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Structural and chiropractic

Clin Sports Med.2008 Jul;27(3):463-79, ix-x.

Authors:

J Hebert, S Koppenhaver, J Fritz, E Parent

Abstract.

Treatment-based classification, one approach to subgrouping patients with "nonspecific" lower back pain, focuses on identifying clusters of findings from the history and clinical examination that predict a more favorable outcome with a specific treatment approach. By matching patients with the appropriate specific exercise, stabilization exercise, spinal manipulation, or traction treatment, providers may expect a high probability of a successful clinical outcome. This article reviews the evidence for various interventions commonly used in the treatment of lower back pain.

Publication Date: 

2008 Jul

OEID: 

5013

Hebert, J., Koppenhaver, S., Fritz, J., Parent, E. (2008) 'Clinical prediction for success of interventions for managing low back pain', Clin Sports Med.2008 Jul;27(3):463-79, ix-x.

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