alexa Primary prevention, education, and low back pain among school children.
Neurology

Neurology

Journal of Spine

Author(s): Balagu F, Nordin M, Dutoit G, Waldburger M

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Abstract After a survey in 1986, a primary educational prevention program for low back pain (LBP) was implemented over a 3 year period in a primary school setting in Switzerland. In 1989 a second survey was carried out to evaluate the effect of the intervention. One thousand seven hundred and fifty-five (1755) children received a questionnaire, 1716 (97.7\%) were returned. Recollection of participation in the prevention program was significantly associated with reported increased prevalence of LBP (p 0.000). Simultaneously, there was a significant reduction in the utilization of medical care for LBP (p < 0.05).
This article was published in Bull Hosp Jt Dis and referenced in Journal of Spine

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