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Early intervention for the management of acute low back pain: a single-blind randomized controlled trial of biopsychosocial education, manual therapy, and exercise



Early intervention for the management of acute low back pain: a single-blind randomized controlled trial of biopsychosocial education, manual therapy, and exercise



Spine 29(21): 2350-2356



Study Design. A single blind randomized controlled trial comparing two models of care for patients with acute simple low back pain. Objectives. To compare two research-based models of care for acute low back pain and investigate the effect of the timing of physical intervention. Summary of Background Data. National guidelines offer conflicting information on the delivery of physical treatment in the management of acute low back pain. The guidelines suggest two different models of care.

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