Psychosocial, musculoskeletal and somatoform comorbidity in patients with chronic low back pain: Original results from the Dutch Transition Project
Background. Better insight into frequent comorbidities in patients with chronic (= 3 months) low back pain (LBP) may help general practitioners when planning comprehensive care for these patients. Objective. To prospectively study the prevalence of psychological, social, musculoskeletal and somatoform disorders in patients presenting with chronic non-specific LBP to general practitioners, in comparison to a contrast group of patients consulting in the same setting. Methods. This case-control...[Show more]
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