Occupational health guidelines for the management of low back pain at work: evidence review.

@article{Waddell2001OccupationalHG,
  title={Occupational health guidelines for the management of low back pain at work: evidence review.},
  author={G. Waddell and A. Burton},
  journal={Occupational medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={51 2},
  pages={
          124-35
        }
}
There is increasing demand for evidence-based health care. Back pain is one of the most common and difficult occupational health problems, but there has been no readily available evidence base or guidance on management. There are well-established clinical guidelines for the management of low back pain, but these provide limited guidance on the occupational aspects. Occupational Health Guidelines for the Management of Low Back Pain at Work were launched by the Faculty of Occupational Medicine in… Expand
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