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Randomised trials on secondary prevention of low back pain in occupational settings Philippe Mairiaux,1 Dana Loomis2 In most industrialised countries, the institutions managing the healthcare system are increasingly concerned by rising trends in disability and work loss due to low back pain (LBP). From a public health perspective, a health problem such as LBP, that affects 30%e45 % of the adult population annually, would certainly demand primary prevention programs. Although such programs have proven helpful for other prevalent conditions suc

Year: 2016
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