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Barriers to Home-Based Exercise Program Adherence With Chronic Low Back Pain: Patient Expectations Regarding New Technologies (2016)

Palazzo, C., Klinger, E., Dorner, V., Kadri, A., Thierry, O., Boumenir, Y., Martin, W., Poiraudeau, S., & Ville, I. (2016). Barriers to home-based exercise program adherence with chronic low back pain: Patient expectations regarding new technologies. Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine, 59(2), 107-113.

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A total of 29 people with chronic lower back pain who performed home exercise as prescribed by physical therapists were interviewed by a trained interviewer to determine barriers to adherence to their exercise program. The role of expectations regard ...

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Back/SpineChronic PainOrthopaedics