Explorando la satisfacción del paciente: un análisis secundario de un ensayo clínico aleatorio entre la manipulación espinal, ejercicio en el hogar y la toma de medicamentos para el dolor de cuello agudo y subagudo

Exploring patient satisfaction: A secondary analysis of a randomized clinical trial of spinal manipulation, home exercise and medication for acute and subacute neck pain
Journal of Manipulative & Physiological Therapeutics
This secondary analysis focused on patient satisfaction measured in a randomized trial in which patients with acute and subacute neck pain received spinal manipulation therapy (SMT) from chiropractors, home exercise and advice (HEA) from exercise therapists, and medication (MED) prescribed by a physician. Researchers at the Center for Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis assessed the relationships between specific care, change in neck pain and global satisfaction using Pearson’s correlation and multiple linear regression. The patients in the SMT group and the HEA group were more satisfied with the information and general care they received than those in the MED group. The SMT and HEA groups reported similar satisfaction with information provided during treatment, but the SMT group was more satisfied with general care. (This is an abstract. To view the full article, you will need to log in.) Read more.

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