Physical therapy for low back pain: what is it, and when do we offer it to patients?

Timothy S Carey, Janet Freburger
Annals of Family Medicine 2014, 12 (2): 99-101
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Joe Weatherly

Maybe the title should be... "Copying the Brits current protocol for PT, we think it is a good idea!"


Abdul Khan

The title of the paper is misleading


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