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Effectiveness of Physical Therapy Interventions for Low Back Pain Targeting the Low Back Only or Low Back Plus Hips

Low back pain (LBP) is the leading cause of disability worldwide and has substantial impacts on pain and function for an individual. Some individuals with LBP seek physical therapy for their condition. The purpose of the study is to determine whether individuals with LBP have improved pain and disability following physical therapy targeting either the low back only or low back plus hip(s).

Effectiveness of Adding Behavioral Therapy to Physical Therapy to Treat Low Back Pain

Low back pain is a very common problem and the most common cause of job-related disability. While some occurrences of low back pain disappear within a couple of days, other occurrences take much longer to resolve or lead to more serious conditions. The purpose of this study is to determine the effectiveness of two behavioral types of therapy in reducing future disability in people who are receiving physical therapy for low back pain and tend to fear and avoid pain.

Health Education vs. Health Education Plus Physical Therapy for Low Back Pain Patients

The primary purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of a brief educational program and of an additional program in physical therapy, for the treatment of low back pain in Primary Care of the Spanish National Health Service. This is a controlled, cluster randomized community trial.

Mézières Therapy in the UCAM's Athletes With Low Back Pain

The purpose of this research study focuses on the re-harmonization of the kinetic chains and posture based on spinal muscular atrophy and global stretching while trying to test the effectiveness of Mézières therapy on sports subjects with low back pain.


Acute Low Back Pain: Causes, Mechanisms, Treatment and Followup

The purpose of this study is to investigate acute low back pain, its origin, mechanisms, the cause of pain, evaluation of treatments and development. Employees from a large local manufacturing company are sent for a complete orhopedic and pain evaluation immediately after onset of acute low back pain. Thereafter, the included patients are allocated to either to the advice to stay as active as possible in spite of the pain or to adjust their activity to the pain. Pain intensity...

Short-Term Effects of PT on Physical Activity

The primary purpose is to examine the impact that physical therapy (PT) interventions, including manipulations, have on physical activity levels outside of the clinical environment in persons with low back pain (LBP) as measured both objectively with an accelerometer and subjectively with questionnaires. The secondary purpose is to determine if a relationship exists between objective physical activity, self-perceived disability pain catastrophizing thoughts, BMI, age, six-minu...

Light Therapy for the Treatment of Back Pain in Pilots (LLL&Pilots)

Back pain is a common complaint among pilots. Current treatments include physiotherapy and chiropractic manipulations. Low-level laser irradiation (LLLI) in the visible to near-infrared range was shown to reduce neck and low back pain. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of Light Therapy for treatment of back pain in pilots.

Efficacy and Influence of Pilates Based Physical Therapy Exercises for Low Back Pain

An assessment of the effectiveness of Pilates based physical therapy exercises for patients with low back pain (LBP) and its influence on spinal movement and patient reported functional disability.

Standardizing Management of Patients With Low Back Pain in Primary Care and Physical Therapy

The purpose of this study is to compare the clinical outcomes and costs associated with two different management strategies for patients with acute low back pain who consult their primary care physician. The investigators hypothesize that management using a brief, standardized physical therapy intervention will result in better outcomes than management based on current practice guideline recommendations of watchful waiting for the first 4 weeks following consultation.

Coping Skills Training for Living With Chronic Low Back Pain

Up to 80% of Australians experience back pain and 10% have significant disability as a result. There is a critical need for the development and evaluation of innovative treatments that have the capacity to target the multidimensional nature of chronic low back pain. This study will compare the effects and mechanisms of Mindfulness Meditation, Cognitive Therapy, and Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for chronic low back pain. Results will ultimately lead to streamlined interve...

Risk Stratification in Primary Care Combined With Stratified-specific Physical Therapy Care for Low Back Pain

This study aims to examine patient outcomes following risk stratification for low back pain in Family Medicine combined with either matched physical therapy (PT - i.e., stratified-specific PT) treatments or current care in primary care across our Health Network.

The Effectiveness of Telerehabilitation Modalities in Physical Therapy in the Management of Chronic Low Back Pain

Low back pain (LBP), a common disorder, causes disability, functional decline and high health care costs. Patient care programs include specific exercises for promoting function and improving health. Self-practice and adherence to treatment are important for treatment success and better outcomes. Telerehabilitation (TR) might improve patient symptoms, compliance to treatment and reduce patient symptoms, however, its effectiveness in treating LBP, still needs further investigati...

Different Physiotherapy Interventions on Chronic Low Back Pain

Low back pain is an extremely common health problem that most people suffers at any point in their life. Low back pain is the leading cause of activity limitation and work absence throughout much of the world and it causes some economic problems for just not only individuals but also governments. ) The purpose of the study was to investigate the effects of different physical therapy techniques on pain, function and core stability in patients with low back pain.

Efficiency of GDS Method for Lumbar Stabilization for Non-Specific Low Back Pain in Primary Care

The purpose of this randomized controlled trial was to assess the effectiveness of GDS Treatment Method for patients with subacute or chronic non-specific low back pain in Primary Care of Spanish National Health Service.

Dare to Move: Treatment of Movement Phobia in Patient With Low Back Pain

Unspecific low back pain (LBP) is a major world wide health problem. The purpose of this study is to improve the care of LBP. Our hypothesis is that Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) with physical intervention during group sessions focusing on fear and avoidance behaviour will be more effective than physical therapy alone. The study has two arms. Both will receive education related to LBP and appropriate advice regarding how to react and behave towards their LBP. ...

A Follow-up Comparison of Active Versus Passive Manual Therapy in Patients With Low Back Pain

To determine if there is any carry over difference between the type of education provided about common treatment techniques for patients with low back pain. This will be looked at right after treatment and when patients return on their second visit after they do a common exercise program for a few days.

Effects of an Exercise Program Under Supervision and Unsupervised in the Treatment of Low Back

ABSTRACT: Low back pain is one of the most frequent causes of incapacity. The prevalence of this syndrome is 60-85% for the survival of the individuals. Among the most promising strategies of low back pain intervention, is the physical activity that is usually associated with a long list of health benefits.

Comparison of HF10 Therapy Combined With CMM to CMM Alone in the Treatment of Non-Surgical Refractory Back Pain

This study is being conducted to document the safety, clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of high-frequency SCS at 10 kHz (HF10™ Therapy) delivered through the Senza system in subjects with chronic refractory back pain (with or without leg pain) who are not considered candidates for spine surgery. This study is a multi-center, prospective, randomized study to compare the two treatment groups.

Percutaneous Neuromodulation Therapy (PNT) With Chronic Low Back Pain Patients

The purpose of this study is to assess the benefits of Percutaneous Neuromodulation Therapy when compared to a reference sham treatment in the treatment of patients who have undergone surgical intervention for chronic low back pain with or without a radiating lower extremity pain component.

Spinal Manipulative Therapy for Low Back Pain

Context: Acute low back pain (LBP) is a common reason for consultations in primary care. Reducing the pain in the first hours and days and restoring the functional capacity of the lumbar spine may result in a decrease in medical costs and earlier return to work. Objective: To determine the impact of spinal manipulation on pain and analgesic use in acute low back pain.

Foot Reflexology Therapy and Non-specific Low Back Pain

The aim of this study was to investigate whether the eight therapy session with foot reflexology can reduce pain intensity when applied as an addition to the standards care of low back pain according to the Malaysian low back pain management guidelines.

Yoga for Veterans With CLBP

Chronic low back pain is a prevalent condition among VA patients, but many current treatment options have limited effectiveness. In addition to chronic pain, people with chronic low back pain experience increased disability, psychological symptoms such as depression, and reduced health-related quality of life. This randomized controlled study will examine the impact of yoga therapy for improving function and decreasing pain in VA patients with chronic low back pain. Although ...

Effects of Manipulative Therapy and Pain Education in Individuals With CLBP

The burden of low back pain more than doubled in the last 20 years, probably caused by biopsychosocial factors. Some noninvasive treatments have been applied in individuals with chronic nonspecific low back pain as spinal manipulation and pain education. However, it is not already clear the neurophysiological effects of these treatments.The purpose of this research is to verify the effects of the technique of spinal manipulation and pain education in individuals with chronic lo...

Clinical Practice Guidelines for Neck and Low Back Pain in Outpatient Physical Therapy

This study will investigate implementation of a process to enhance Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) adherence to limit unwarranted variability in initial treatment decisions with high potential for providing more effective and efficient physical therapy management for patients with neck and low back pain.

Gua Sha Therapy for Chronic Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain is a major public health burden with only limited evidence of effectiveness for complementary and traditional therapies. Gua Sha is a traditional East Asian therapy traditionally used in the treatment of spinal pain. This study aimed to test the efficacy of Gua Sha therapy in patients with chronic low back pain A total of 50 patients with chronic low back pain were randomized to either two Gua Sha treatments (n=25) or a waitlist control group (n=25). Prima...

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