In this review: Outcomes Association with Manual Therapy for Workers' with Non-Chronic Low Back Pain (Workers' Compensation Research Institute report available for purchase)
Workers' Comp Research Group Sees Advantages in Early Manual Therapy for LBP
A study of 2 million claims found that, if indicated, early manual therapy is associated with lower costs and reduced days of disability.
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