Lumbar support reduces duration of low back pain but not time away from work
Lumbar Supports to Prevent Recurrent Low Back Pain among Home Care Workers: A Randomized TrialAnn Intern Med. 2007 Nov 20;147(10):685-92
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360 home care workers with self-reported history of low back pain (LBP) were randomized to receive one of two interventions. The first group received a refresher course on healthy working methods combined with a self-administered lumbar support, while the second group only received the refresher course. Results indicated that the number of days of back pain decreased with combined intervention of ...
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