Low back pain, disability and back pain myths in a community sample: prevalence and interrelationships.

Abstract

This study investigated the prevalence of back pain, disability, and, of most importance, the presence of misconceptions about low back pain (LBP), its diagnosis and treatment in a bicultural community sample (Belgium). Using the Graded Chronic Pain Scale [Pain 50 (1992) 133] persons were classified according to pain intensity and disability in five… (More)

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@article{Goubert2004LowBP, title={Low back pain, disability and back pain myths in a community sample: prevalence and interrelationships.}, author={Liesbet Goubert and Geert Crombez and Ilse de Bourdeaudhuij}, journal={European journal of pain}, year={2004}, volume={8 4}, pages={385-94} }