The role of activity in the therapeutic management of back pain: Report of the Paris International Task Force on Back Pain

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Publication Type:

Journal Article

Authors:

Abenhaim

Fuente:

(2000)

Notes:

Abenhaim, L., Rossignol, M., Valat, J., Nordin, M., Avouac, B., Blotman, F., et al. (2000). The role of activity in the therapeutic management of back pain: Report of the Paris International Task Force on Back Pain. <em>Spine</em>, 25(4S Suppl.), 1S-33S.This is an excellent review article that mentions Feldenkrais Method as one of 20 or so approaches to working with back pain. This is not an experimental study.

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