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An intervention for low back pain that works

Gabrielle Lis

Evidence-based! Cost-effective! Proactive! Popular! You will love this new workplace intervention for high-risk workers with low back pain.

We love it when researchers share information about risk factors for back pain but we love it even more when they provide practical solutions for the risks they’ve identified. Enter “Workplace Communication and Problem Solving,” a program designed in Sweden to prevent high-risk workers with low back pain from developing ongoing disability. It targets the relationship at the heart of injury management: the one between workers ...

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