Early PT for acute low back pain is cost-effective, but gain in quality of life is likely too small to notice

Early PT for acute low back pain is cost-effective, but gain in quality of life is likely too small to notice is a topic covered in the EE+ POEM Archive.

To view the entire topic, please or purchase a subscription.

Evidence Central is an integrated web and mobile solution that helps clinicians quickly answer etiology, diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis questions using the latest evidence-based research. Explore these free sample topics:

Evidence Central

Citation

* When formatting your citation, note that all book, journal, and database titles should be italicized* Article titles in AMA citation format should be in sentence-case
TY - ELEC T1 - Early PT for acute low back pain is cost-effective, but gain in quality of life is likely too small to notice ID - 1314428 ED - Barry,Henry, ED - Ebell,Mark H, ED - Shaughnessy,Allen F, ED - Slawson,David C, BT - EE+ POEM Archive UR - https://evidence.unboundmedicine.com/evidence/view/infoPOEMs/1314428/all/Early_PT_for_acute_low_back_pain_is_cost_effective__but_gain_in_quality_of_life_is_likely_too_small_to_notice PB - John Wiley & Sons DB - Evidence Central DP - Unbound Medicine ER -