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Related articles in Web of Science Google Scholar. Cdaenas Correlations Estimated by Regression Models a. The results from the models confirmed that the clinical courses of LBP and RP were similar across groups.

The learning curve for therapists also is not known. Those providing the GDS group sessions had attended a hour course offered by a GDS-certified senior physical therapist.

All participants received medical treatment and a minute group education session on active management. The amount of exercise was smaller in the control group, and GDS-I sessions were provided by junior physical therapists. Second, muscjlares the previous RCT, both individualized and group GDS sessions were provided; thus, the possibility that the results might have been better if only the latter had been used cannot be ruled out.

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Please check for further notifications by email. Sign In or Create an Account. Given this rationale, insufficient training may lead to erroneous identification of the muscle chain responsible for pain, inappropriate treatment, and worsening of outcomes.

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Clinical course of pain and disability across groups.

The Jusculares Denys-Struyf method GDS is a motor learning intervention that may be applied in group or individualized sessions. Outcomes were established at the cluster level.

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Surgery versus conservative management of sciatica due to a lumbar herniated disc: Years lived with disability YLDs for sequelae of diseases and injuries — Motor control exercises reduces pain and disability in chronic and recurrent low back pain: A coordination office prepared consecutively numbered, opaque, sealed envelopes, each containing a number extracted from a random numbers table.

Studies confirming misculares effectiveness of group GDS sessions and assessing their cost-effectiveness are needed before generalization of this procedure in routine practice can be considered. Separate linear mixed models were used to assess the effects of the interventions on the 3 primary outcomes LBP, RP, and disability at 2, 6, and 12 months. Physical therapists in the GDS-G and GDS-I groups had written musculxres summarizing the order in which the exercises were to be done during each session, the duration of each exercise, and details regarding execution.


You must accept the terms and conditions. However, the present study focused on effectiveness, not efficacy, and the treatment implemented in the control group was the standard one applied within the SNHS.

The results of the present study do not allow any conclusions on the efficacy of the different types of exercise used in each group to be drawn. These data suggest that GDS-G may have lower application costs and may prove to be more cost-effective than routine physical therapy. When the database was completed, it was used for statistical analysis.


The influence of psychological factors on low back pain-related disability in community-dwelling older persons. Treatment group education, GDS-G, and GDS-Iassessment at 2, 6, and 12 monthsand interactions between treatment group and assessment were introduced into the models as fixed effects. Avoidable costs of physical treatments for chronic back, neck and shoulder pain within the Spanish National Health Service: Minimal clinically important change for pain intensity and disability in patients with nonspecific low back pain.

The results musculxres the present study are generally consistent with those of previous studies on the effect of motor control exercise. All of these factors contributed to the reliability of the results of the present study.

Many attempts have been made to classify patients with LBP into subgroups to determine the most appropriate treatments. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. A comparison of two short education programs for improving low back pain-related disability in the elderly: The first grs units that accepted were included.