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A Consensus Approach Toward the Standardization of Back Pain Definitions for Use in Prevalence Studies
Study Design. A modified Delphi study conducted with 28 experts in back pain research from 12 countries. Objective. To identify standardized definitions of low back pain that could be consistentlyExpand
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Risk factors for non-specific low back pain in schoolchildren and their parents: a population based study
&NA; A survey of adolescent schoolchildren and their parents through a self‐administered questionnaire was conducted to determine the prevalence of low back pain (LBP) in schoolchildren and theirExpand
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Validation of the Spanish Version of the Roland-Morris Questionnaire
Study Design. Validation of a translated, culturally adapted questionnaire. Objectives. To translate and culturally adapt the Spanish version of the Roland-Morris Questionnaire (RMQ), and to validateExpand
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European guidelines for the management of low back pain
Low back pain is a tremendous health care and socioeconomic problem (van Tulder et al. 1995). Utilization of limited resources available at an early point in time may prevent the development ofExpand
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Minimum detectable and minimal clinically important changes for pain in patients with nonspecific neck pain
BackgroundThe minimal detectable change (MDC) and the minimal clinically important changes (MCIC) have been explored for nonspecific low back pain patients and are similar across different culturalExpand
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Core outcome domains for clinical trials in non-specific low back pain
PurposeInconsistent reporting of outcomes in clinical trials of patients with non-specific low back pain (NSLBP) hinders comparison of findings and the reliability of systematic reviews. A coreExpand
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Minimal Clinically Important Change for Pain Intensity and Disability in Patients With Nonspecific Low Back Pain
Study Design. Cohort study. Objective. To estimate the minimal clinically important change (MCIC) on the pain intensity numerical rating scale (PI-NRS) and the Roland Morris Disability QuestionnaireExpand
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Surgery Versus Conservative Treatment for Symptomatic Lumbar Spinal Stenosis: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials
Study Design. Systematic review. Objective. To compare the effectiveness of surgery versus conservative treatment on pain, disability, and loss of quality of life caused by symptomatic lumbar spinalExpand
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Psychometric Characteristics of the Spanish Version of the FAB Questionnaire
Study Design. Validation of a translated, culturally adapted questionnaire. Objectives. To translate and culturally adapt the Spanish version of the Fear Avoidance Beliefs Questionnaire (FABQ), andExpand
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