The McKenzie method in assessing, classifying and treating non-specific low back pain in adults with special reference to the centralization phenomenon
Published inStudies in sport, physical education and health
PublisherUniversity of Jyväskylä
alaselkäkipu McKenzie method centralization phenomenon low back pain orthopaedic manual therapy adults randomized controlled trial reliability magnetic resonance imaging selkäsairaudet selkä kipu fysioterapia McKenzien menetelmä ortopedinen manipulaatiohoito aikuiset diagnoosi luokitus kuntoutus reliabiliteetti
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