Spinal manipulative therapy and exercise for older adults with chronic low back pain:a randomized clinical trial
Schulz, CraigEvans, RoniMaiers, MicheleSchulz, KarenLeininger, BrentBronfort, Gert
Adding spinal manipulation or supervised rehabilitative exercise to home exercise alone does notappear to improve pain or disability in the short- or long-term for older adults with chronic low back pain, but didenhance satisfaction with care.
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