Twelve Days of Research – Study 4: “Benefits and harms of spinal manipulative therapy for the treatment of chronic low back pain: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials” Rubinstein et al.

Study 4: “Benefits and harms of spinal manipulative therapy for the treatment of chronic low back pain: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials” Rubinstein et al. This systematic review included 47 randomized controlled trials with 9,211...

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Twelve Days of Research – Study 3: “International framework for red flags for potential serious spinal pathologies” Finucane et al.

Study 3: “International framework for red flags for potential serious spinal pathologies” Finucane et al. This study found that there is not high-quality evidence to support a lot of the red flags that are commonly used in practice. In order to help clinicians, this...

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Twelve Days of Research – Study 2: “Interventions for the management of acute and chronic low back pain: revision 2021” George et al.

Study 2: “Interventions for the management of acute and chronic low back pain: revision 2021” George et al. This clinical practice guideline was an update of the 2012 version. The recommendations for acute low back pain are: Clinicians should use: Thrust or nonthrust...

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Twelve Studies of Research – Study 1: “Risk factors associated with transition from acute to chronic low back pain in US patients seeking primary care” by Stevans et al.

Welcome back to SpineIQ’s Back Blog! Dr. Goertz releases a list every year of the twelve research studies that she and her team have carefully reviewed for clinical relevance. Over the next two weeks, we will be featuring a study each day as Spine IQ celebrates the...

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