Low Back Pain: A Symptom-based Approach to Diagnosis and Treatment

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 2001 - Medical - 394 pages
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* Unique multiperspective tool that contains a concise pain assessment protocol which encompasses all domains related to chronic pain evaluation * Provides the first and only scientifically reliable and valid chronic pain assessment tool proven to predict likelihood of return to work in disability applicants with chronic pain * Contains clinically useful information for the implementation of the instruments in an office or administrative setting

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Contributing Authors
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Robert G Viere M D
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Biomechanical Assessment of Low Back Pain
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About the author (2001)

rucker is a md, professor and chair of physical medicine and rehabilitation, virginia commonwealth university school of medicine

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