Patient satisfaction, characteristics, radiology, and complications associated with attending a specialized government-funded multidisciplinary spinal pain unit.

@article{Giles2003PatientSC,
  title={Patient satisfaction, characteristics, radiology, and complications associated with attending a specialized government-funded multidisciplinary spinal pain unit.},
  author={Lynton G.F. Giles and Reinhold Muller and Gregory J. Winter},
  journal={Journal of manipulative and physiological therapeutics},
  year={2003},
  volume={26 5},
  pages={
          293-9
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To prospectively document the satisfaction of a random sample of patients attending a specialized multidisciplinary spinal pain unit in the Australian public health care system and to collect associated data on patient characteristics, radiological findings, treatment modalities used, and any significant complications. Design and setting Spinal pain syndrome patients attended the specialized Multidisciplinary Spinal Pain Unit at Townsville General Hospital and the Kirwan Community… CONTINUE READING

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