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Predictors of Response to a Specific Psychological Treatment in Chronic Low-Back Pain

12:33 EDT 23 Oct 2019 | Relias Media

A theoretical model employed to predict response to either mindfulness meditation, cognitive therapy, or mindfulness-based therapy in patients with chronic low-back pain showed evidence that this type of model may be useful in determining which patients are most likely to benefit from a specified intervention.

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