Low Back Pain: At work interventions potentially reduce sick leave rate
Effect of peer-based low back pain information and reassurance at the workplace on sick leave: a cluster randomized trialJ Occup Rehabil. 2013 Jun;23(2):209-19. doi: 10.1007/s10926-013-9451-z
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135 units, consisting of 1746 employees with back pain, were randomized to either one of two atWork intervention groups (1. an education and peer support group, or 2. an education, peer support, and occupational clinic group) or to a usual care group, to compare their impact on incidence of sick leave and low back pain beliefs. Following 12 months, results indicated that the occurrence of sick lea...
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