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Manual therapy followed by specific active exercises versus a placebo followed by specific active exercises on the improvement of functional disability in patients with chronic non specific low back pain: a randomized controlled trial.



Key Questions Addressed
2 What are the comparative benefits and harms of different nonpharmacological, noninvasive therapies for acute or chronic nonradicular low back pain, radicular low back pain, or spinal stenosis? (Including but not limited to interdisciplinary rehabilitation, exercise (various types), physical modalities (ultrasound, transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation [TENS], electrical muscle stimulation [EMS], interferential therapy [IFT], heat [various forms], and ice), traction tables/devices, back supports/bracing, spinal manipulation, various psychological therapies, acupuncture, massage therapy (various types), yoga, magnets, and low-level lasers)
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Title Manual therapy followed by specific active exercises versus a placebo followed by specific active exercises on the improvement of functional disability in patients with chronic non specific low back pain: a randomized controlled trial.
Author Balthazard P., de Goumoens P., Rivier G., Demeulenaere P., Ballabeni P., Dériaz O.
Country Physiotherapy Department, HES-SO University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland-HESAV, Avenue de Beaumont, Lausanne 1011, Switzerland. pbalthaz@hecvsante.ch
Year 2012
Numbers Pubmed ID: 22925609

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Extraction Form: Noninvasive Treatments for Low Back Pain


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