What interventions improve walking ability in neurogenic claudication with lumbar spinal stenosis? A systematic review

@article{Ammendolia2014WhatII,
  title={What interventions improve walking ability in neurogenic claudication with lumbar spinal stenosis? A systematic review},
  author={Carlo Ammendolia and K. Stuber and C. Tomkins-Lane and M. Schneider and Y. R. Rampersaud and A. Furlan and C. Kennedy},
  journal={European Spine Journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={23},
  pages={1282-1301}
}
AbstractPurpose To investigate what interventions can improve walking ability in neurogenic claudication with lumbar spinal stenosis.Methods We searched CENTRAL, Medline, EMBASE, CINAHL and ICL databases up to June 2012. Only randomized controlled trials published in English and measuring walking ability were included. Data extraction, risk of bias assessment, and quality of the evidence evaluation were performed using methods of the Cochrane Back Review Group.Results We accepted 18 studies… Expand
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