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View Poll Results: What is the primary emphasis in treating acute musculoskeletal back pain?
Early prevention of factors that result in progression to chronicity 3 100.00%
treating symptoms, i.e. pain relief 0 0%
rest and immobilization 0 0%
modified work duty even if the pain has resolved 0 0%
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Old September 9th, 2002, 11:53
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What is the primary emphasis in treating acute musculoskeletal back pain?

Research evidence supports a change of emphasis from treating symptoms to early prevention of factors that result in progression to chronicity
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