Manual physical therapists' use of biopsychosocial history taking in the management of patients with back or neck pain in clinical practice.
Oostendorp, Rob A B; Elvers, Hans; Mikolajewska, Emilia; Laekeman, Marjan; van Trijffel, Emiel; Samwel, Han; Duquet, William.
; 2015: 170463, 2015.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-25945358
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