Spinal manipulation and home exercise with advice for subacute and chronic back-related leg pain: a trial with adaptive allocation.

@article{Bronfort2014SpinalMA,
  title={Spinal manipulation and home exercise with advice for subacute and chronic back-related leg pain: a trial with adaptive allocation.},
  author={Gert Bronfort and Maria Hondras and Craig A Schulz and Roni L. Evans and Cynthia R. Long and Richard Grimm},
  journal={Annals of internal medicine},
  year={2014},
  volume={161 6},
  pages={381-91}
}
Context Few studies evaluate the comparative effectiveness of conservative treatments for back-related leg pain. Contribution This randomized trial, involving 192 adults with subacute or chronic back-related leg pain, compared 12 weeks of home exercise and advice with spinal manipulative therapy plus home exercise and advice. Spinal manipulative therapy with home exercise and advice improved self-reported pain and function outcomes more than exercise and advice alone at 12 weeks, but… CONTINUE READING

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