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Credibility, readability and content analysis of treatment recommendations for adolescents with nonspecific back pain published on consumer websites

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posted on 2024-06-17, 07:33 authored by Sara HauberSara Hauber, Katie RobinsonKatie Robinson, R. Fechner, J.W. Pate, KIERAN O'SULLIVANKIERAN O'SULLIVAN

Background: Parents may seek out health information online when their adolescent has nonspecific back pain to better understand treatment options. Such information directed towards consumers has not been previously analysed. Methods: A descriptive cross-sectional content analysis was performed to describe the treatments recommended on consumer websites for nonspecific back pain in adolescents. The credibility and readability of the websites were also assessed.

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European Journal of Pain pp.1-14

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John Wiley & Sons Ltd

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