Low back schools. A critical review.

  title={Low back schools. A critical review.},
  author={Steven James Linton and Kitty Kamwendo},
  journal={Physical therapy},
  volume={67 9},
The purpose of this article is to review and evaluate the empirical literature concerning low back schools. Although the low back school is a popular method of dealing with the growing number of patients with back pain, a general lack of studies exists of the effectiveness of this intervention technique. The studies that have been conducted, moreover, often lack control conditions and appropriate measurement techniques. The goal of most schools is to increase "self-care" behaviors and thereby… CONTINUE READING

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