Back pain and satisfaction with chiropractic treatment: what role does the physical outcome play?

@article{Breen2003BackPA,
  title={Back pain and satisfaction with chiropractic treatment: what role does the physical outcome play?},
  author={Alan C. Breen and Rosanna Breen},
  journal={The Clinical journal of pain},
  year={2003},
  volume={19 4},
  pages={263-8}
}
OBJECTIVES This study sought to determine what functional and affective outcomes had the most predictive value for overall satisfaction and improvement in patients seeking chiropractic treatment of low back pain. METHOD Baseline questionnaires were completed by 965 patients seeking chiropractic help for low back pain, with blinded follow-up at 6 weeks. Patients were asked about effects on pain, anxiety, normal activity, work, depression, lifestyle, satisfaction, and overall improvement… CONTINUE READING

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