Low back pain reduction: the patient's perspective

What patients think reduces their low back pain.

There is a vast amount of research focusing on the efficacy of various strategies to reduce low back pain (LBP). The knowledge from this data is typically known to clinicians who then implement this information to help patients who seek their care.

However, for the individuals outside direct clinical care, their understanding of what helps with pain reduction in LBP may differ. By finding out what these individuals think about what helps them reduce LBP, a clinician would be better able to understand the gap that exists between the clinician and the 'general' individual.


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