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Results: 6 books (18 items)

1.
Low Back Pain and Sciatica in Over 16s: Assessment and Management.

Low Back Pain and Sciatica in Over 16s: Assessment and Management.

National Guideline Centre (UK).

London: National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (UK); 2016 Nov. (NICE Guideline, No. 59.)

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Low Back Pain: Early Management of Persistent Non-specific Low Back Pain [Internet].

Low Back Pain: Early Management of Persistent Non-specific Low Back Pain [Internet].

National Collaborating Centre for Primary Care (UK).

London: Royal College of General Practitioners (UK); 2009 May. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 88.)

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Alexander technique and Supervised Physiotherapy Exercises in back paiN (ASPEN): a four-group randomised feasibility trial.

Alexander technique and Supervised Physiotherapy Exercises in back paiN (ASPEN): a four-group randomised feasibility trial.

Little P, Stuart B, Stokes M, et al.

Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; 2014 Oct. (Efficacy and Mechanism Evaluation, No. 1.2.)

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Identifying back pain subgroups: developing and applying approaches using individual patient data collected within clinical trials.

Identifying back pain subgroups: developing and applying approaches using individual patient data collected within clinical trials.

Patel S, Hee SW, Mistry D, et al.; the Repository Group.

Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; 2016 Jul. (Programme Grants for Applied Research, No. 4.10.)

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Improving the self-management of chronic pain: COping with persistent Pain, Effectiveness Research in Self-management (COPERS).

Improving the self-management of chronic pain: COping with persistent Pain, Effectiveness Research in Self-management (COPERS).

Taylor SJC, Carnes D, Homer K, et al.

Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; 2016 Sep. (Programme Grants for Applied Research, No. 4.14.)

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Randomised controlled trial and economic analysis of an internet-based weight management programme: POWeR+ (Positive Online Weight Reduction).

Randomised controlled trial and economic analysis of an internet-based weight management programme: POWeR+ (Positive Online Weight Reduction).

Little P, Stuart B, Hobbs FDR, et al.

Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; 2017 Jan. (Health Technology Assessment, No. 21.4.)

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