Subgroups for Targeted Treatment (STarT) Back Tool
What it measures:
The STarT Back Tool is a 9-item measure used to identify subgroups of patients with low back pain in primary care settings based on various functional, psychosocial, and comorbid factors for subgrouping (Hill, 2008).
It is available in Dutch, Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, French, Persian, Finnish, and Danish (Bier, et al., 2017).
Individuals with low back pain (Fritz, et al., 2011)
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