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Supervised walking in comparison with fitness training for chronic back pain in physiotherapy: results of the SWIFT single-blinded randomized controlled trial (ISRCTN17592092).



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 Supervised walking in comparison with fitness training for chronic back pain in physiotherapy: results of the SWIFT single-blinded randomized controlled trial (ISRCTN17592092).
Author Hurley DA., Tully MA., Lonsdale C., Boreham CA., van Mechelen W., Daly L., Tynan A., McDonough SM.
Country aUCD School of Public Health, Physiotherapy & Population Science, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland bInstitute for Sport and Health, UCD School of Public Health, Physiotherapy & Population Science, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland cUKCRC Centre of Excellence for Public Health, Institute of Clinical Science B, Royal Victoria Hospital, Queen's University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland dFaculty of Health Sciences, Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University, Strathfield, Australia eDepartment of Public Health and Occupational Health, EMGO+ Institute for Health and Care Research, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, the Netherlands fEuropean Access to Medicines Centre of Excellence, GlaxoSmithKline, Brentford, Middlesex, United Kingdom gHealth and Rehabilitation Sciences Research Institute, University of Ulster, Antrim, Northern Ireland.
Year 2015
Numbers Pubmed ID: 25599309

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Extraction Form: Noninvasive Treatments for Low Back Pain


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