When it comes to drawing inferences for clinical practice, research design can really be an obstacle. That's the issue explored in the most recent PTNow blog post.
The post looks at research from the Netherlands that seeks to identify categories of interventions that are effective in addressing lumbopelvic pain during pregnancy. And although the study's authors may believe that they have arrived at a basis for some standardization, other experts believe that research to date hasn't included enough direct comparison among individual approaches to make any definitive recommendations.
What's your opinion? Read the PTNow blog and join the conversation.
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