Individualized chiropractic and integrative care for low back pain: the design of a randomized clinical trial using a mixed-meth
Westrom, Kristine K.Maiers, Michele J.Evans, Roni L.Bronfort, Gert
The primary aim of this study is to determine the relative clinical effectiveness of 1) monodisciplinary chiropractic care and 2) multidisciplinary integrative care in 200 adults with non-acute LBP, in both the short-term (after 12 weeks) and long-term (after 52 weeks). The primary outcome measure is patient-rated back pain.
Chiropractic--DiagnosisRandomized clinical trialsLow Back PainDelivery of Health Care, Integrated
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