Treatment of Neck Pain: Noninvasive Interventions: Results of the Bone and Joint Decade 2000–2010 Task Force on Neck Pain and Its Associated Disorders

@article{Hurwitz2008TreatmentON,
  title={Treatment of Neck Pain: Noninvasive Interventions: Results of the Bone and Joint Decade 2000–2010 Task Force on Neck Pain and Its Associated Disorders},
  author={Eric L Hurwitz and Eugene J. Carragee and Gabrielle M van der Velde and Linda Carroll and Margareta C Nordin and Jaime Guzm{\'a}n and Paul Michael J Peloso and Lena W Holm and Pierre C{\^o}t{\'e} and Sheilah Hogg-Johnson and John David Cassidy and Scott Haldeman},
  journal={Spine},
  year={2008},
  volume={33},
  pages={S123-S152}
}
Study Design. Best evidence synthesis. Objective. To identify, critically appraise, and synthesize literature from 1980 through 2006 on noninvasive interventions for neck pain and its associated disorders. Summary of Background Data. No comprehensive systematic literature reviews have been published on interventions for neck pain and its associated disorders in the past decade. Methods. We systematically searched Medline and screened for relevance literature published from 1980 through 2006 on… 
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