Clinical examination findings as prognostic factors in low back pain: A systematic review of the literature

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5 April 2015

Clinical examination findings as prognostic factors in low back pain: A systematic review of the literature

There is a strong tradition of performing a clinical examination of low back pain (LBP) patients and this is generally recommended in guidelines. However, establishing a pathoanatomic diagnosis does not seem possible in most LBP patients and clinical tests may potentially be more relevant as prognostic factors. The aim of this review of the literature was to systematically assess the association between low-tech clinical tests commonly used in adult patients with acute, recurrent or chronic LBP and short- and long-term outcome … MORE

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