"McKenzie Therapists Adhere More to Evidence-Based Guidelines and Have a More Biopsychosocial Perspective on the Management of Patients with Low Back Pain than General Physical Therapists in Japan"
written by Hiroshi Takasaki, Takeshi Saiki, Yoshihiro Iwasada,
published by Open Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, Vol.2 No.4, 2014
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