SELF-EFFICACY AND RISK OF PERSISTENT SHOULDER PAIN: RESULTS OF A CLASSIFICATION AND REGRESSION TREE (CART) ANALYSIS

Review written by Ben Cormack info

BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVE

Persistent shoulder pain is common and the response to physiotherapy can be variable with the best treatment still unknown. Up to 3% of doctors visits in the UK are for shoulder pain. Whilst the majority of patients receiving physiotherapy do

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