Cost-effectiveness of medical yoga for non-specific low back pain
Cost-effectiveness of early interventions for non-specific low back pain: A randomized controlled study investigating medical yoga, exercise therapy and self-care adviceJ Rehabil Med. 2015 Jan 27;47(2):167-73.
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153 patients with non-specific low back pain were randomized to participate in medical yoga, exercise therapy, or self-care advice treatment. This was done to assess the cost-effectiveness of various treatment methods for low back pain. Health-related quality of life as well as quality-adjusted life year value were assessed over a period of 12 months. Results indicated that, for patients complying...
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