publication . Article . 2012

OA11.04. Psychosocial outcomes from the chiropractic and integrative care low back pain randomized clinical trial

K Westrom; G Bronfort; R Evans; M Maiers;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jun 2012 Journal: BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine (issn: 1472-6882, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: BMC
Abstract
Purpose Evidence to date suggests there is no one treatment approach which is clearly superior for low back pain (LBP). It is plausible that combining treatments with small to moderate effect sizes will improve patient outcomes. Additional benefit might also be achieved by individualizing treatment plans according to patient presentation, for example, by addressing psychosocial factors. Our objective was to assess the relative clinical effectiveness of: 1) mono-disciplinary chiropractic care versus 2) multi-disciplinary integrative care for LBP, within the context of defined clinical care pathways.
Subjects
free text keywords: Other systems of medicine, RZ201-999, Oral Presentation, Complementary and alternative medicine, General Medicine, Psychosocial, Alternative medicine, medicine.medical_specialty, medicine, Randomized controlled trial, law.invention, law, Low back pain, medicine.symptom, Physical therapy, Chiropractic, Clinical care, business.industry, business
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NIH| International Research Conference on Integrative Medicine
Project
  • Funder: National Institutes of Health (NIH)
  • Project Code: 3R13AT007128-01S1
  • Funding stream: NATIONAL CENTER FOR COMPLEMENTARY & ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
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publication . Article . 2012

OA11.04. Psychosocial outcomes from the chiropractic and integrative care low back pain randomized clinical trial

K Westrom; G Bronfort; R Evans; M Maiers;