Adviced readings

Reliability of Diagnosis and Clinical Efficacy of Cranial Osteopathy: A Systematic Review

Osteopathic decapitation: Why do we consider the head differently from the rest of the body? New perspectives for an evidence-informed osteopathic approach to the head

Adverse events and manual therapy: A systematic review

Defining adverse events in manual therapy: An exploratory qualitative analysis of the patient perspective

Clinical reasoning in osteopathy - More than just principles?

Understanding clinical reasoning in osteopathy: a qualitative research approach

Teaching critical thinking in osteopathy – Integrating craft knowledge and evidence-informed approaches

Quantitative investigation of ligament strains during physical tests for sacroiliac joint pain using finite element analysis.

Making evidence based medicine work for individual patients

Primary care physicians’ attitude and reported prescribing behavior for chronic low back pain: An exploratory cross-sectional study

https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0204613

Recent guidelines for chronic or recurrent low back pain recommend non-pharmacologic treatments as first-line options. The objective of this study was thus to explore the perceived usefulness of several conventional and complementary medicine treatments for chronic or recurrent low back pain by primary care physicians and their reported prescribing behavior.

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