The value of focusing, a psychological self-help strategy, when living with chronic low back pain: a mixed methods study.
Day, Ruth Isobel;
Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is a widespread and disabling condition affecting many thousands of people in the UK, causing distress in many areas of their lives. Most people with CLBP do not have access to specialist advice and resort\ud to managing it themselves. The g... View more
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