Attitudes, beliefs, and recommendations for persistent low back pain patients: cross-sectional surveys of students and faculty at a chiropractic college - Chiropractic & Manual Therapies

March 02, 2024

Study designThis study is an analysis of a cross-sectional survey of chiropractic students and faculty at Parker University. [26] Activity recommendations of “no physical activity limitation” or “avoid painful activities” and work recommendations of “work full time at full duty” or “work full time at moderate duty” were considered to be “adequate”. Two-sample, two-sided independent t-tests were performed to compare the mean HC-PAIRS scores and activity and work recommendations of students and faculty. We also evaluated the relationship between students’ HC-PAIRS scores and providing “adequate” activity and work recommendations using logistic regression. The relationships between faculty’s HC-PAIRS scores and activity and work recommendations were not assessed due to the small sample size of the faculty.

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