Prognostic factors associated with minimal improvement following acute whiplash-associated disorders.

@article{Dufton2006PrognosticFA,
  title={Prognostic factors associated with minimal improvement following acute whiplash-associated disorders.},
  author={John A Dufton and Jacek A. Kopec and Hui Sze Wong and John David Cassidy and Jeffrey A Quon and Greg McIntosh and Mieke Koehoorn},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2006},
  volume={31 20},
  pages={E759-65; discussion E766}
}
STUDY DESIGN Retrospective clinical cohort study. OBJECTIVE To identify the prognostic factors associated with a poor response to treatment in the early stages of a whiplash-associated disorder (WAD). SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA Several demographic and clinical factors related to recovery following acute WADs have been identified. However, few longitudinal studies have investigated a multivariable model of recovery that includes socio-demographic, treatment, clinical, and nonclinical factors… CONTINUE READING

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