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The effect of the stay active advice on physical activity and on the course of acute severe low back pain.

Journal article
Authors Patricia Olaya-Contreras
Jorma Styf
Daniel Arvidsson
Karin Frennered
Tommy H. Hansson
Published in BMC sports science, medicine and rehabilitation
Volume 7
Pages 19
ISSN 2052-1847
Publication year 2015
Published at Institute of Clinical Sciences, Department of Orthopaedics
Pages 19
Language en
Subject categories Orthopedics


Disability due to acute low back pain (ALBP) runs parallel with distress and physical inactivity. If low back pain persists, this may lead to long-term sick leave and chronic back pain. This prospective randomized study evaluated the effect on physical activity and on the course of ALBP of two different treatment advices provided in routine care.

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