Her main research concerns Physical therapy, Low back pain, Randomized controlled trial, Confidence interval and Clinical trial. Her Physical therapy study focuses on Rehabilitation in particular. Her Low back pain study incorporates themes from Psychological intervention, Lumbar, Likelihood ratios in diagnostic testing and Clinical prediction rule.
Her research integrates issues of Manual therapy and Chi-squared distribution in her study of Randomized controlled trial. She combines subjects such as Research design, Quality of care and Pain rating with her study of Confidence interval. The Clinical trial study combines topics in areas such as McKenzie method, Treatment and control groups and Depression.
Her primary areas of investigation include Physical therapy, Low back pain, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Randomized controlled trial and Rehabilitation. Her Physical therapy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Manual therapy, Retrospective cohort study, Confidence interval, Lumbar and Prospective cohort study. Her Prospective cohort study study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Predictive value of tests and Cohort study.
A large part of her Low back pain studies is devoted to Spinal manipulation. Julie M. Fritz interconnects Range of motion, Cohort and Lumbar spinal stenosis in the investigation of issues within Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Her work deals with themes such as Intervention and Oswestry Disability Index, which intersect with Randomized controlled trial.
Julie M. Fritz spends much of her time researching Physical therapy, Low back pain, Randomized controlled trial, Retrospective cohort study and Rehabilitation. Specifically, her work in Physical therapy is concerned with the study of Chronic pain. The Low back pain study combines topics in areas such as Outpatient clinic, Chiropractic, Emergency department, Lumbar and Propensity score matching.
Julie M. Fritz has included themes like Young adult, Manual therapy, Acute low back pain and Oswestry Disability Index in her Randomized controlled trial study. Julie M. Fritz combines subjects such as Representativeness heuristic and Sports medicine with her study of Rehabilitation. Her studies deal with areas such as Physical examination and Regression as well as Physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Julie M. Fritz mainly focuses on Physical therapy, Low back pain, Retrospective cohort study, Physical medicine and rehabilitation and Randomized controlled trial. In her articles, Julie M. Fritz combines various disciplines, including Physical therapy and In patient. Julie M. Fritz integrates Low back pain and Medical prescription in her research.
Her Retrospective cohort study research incorporates elements of Young adult, Chiropractic, Propensity score matching, Neck pain and Healthcare utilization. Julie M. Fritz has researched Physical medicine and rehabilitation in several fields, including Neurosurgery and Chronic pain. Her Randomized controlled trial study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Manual therapy, Physical performance, WOMAC and Knee pain.
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What low back pain is and why we need to pay attention
Jan Hartvigsen;Mark J Hancock;Alice Kongsted;Quinette Louw.
The Lancet (2018)
Responsiveness of the Numeric Pain Rating Scale in Patients with Low Back Pain
John D. Childs;Sara R. Piva;Julie M. Fritz.
A Comparison of a Modified Oswestry Low Back Pain Disability Questionnaire and the Quebec Back Pain Disability Scale
Julie M Fritz;James J Irrgang.
Physical Therapy (2001)
A Clinical Prediction Rule To Identify Patients with Low Back Pain Most Likely To Benefit from Spinal Manipulation: A Validation Study
John D. Childs;Julie M. Fritz;Timothy W. Flynn;James J. Irrgang.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2004)
Prevention and treatment of low back pain: evidence, challenges, and promising directions.
Nadine E Foster;Johannes R Anema;Dan Cherkin;Roger Chou.
The Lancet (2018)
A clinical prediction rule for classifying patients with low back pain who demonstrate short-term improvement with spinal manipulation.
Timothy Flynn;Julie Fritz;Julie Whitman;Robert Wainner.
Preliminary Development of a Clinical Prediction Rule for Determining Which Patients With Low Back Pain Will Respond to a Stabilization Exercise Program
Gregory E. Hicks;Julie M. Fritz;Anthony Delitto;Stuart M. McGill.
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (2005)
The role of fear-avoidance beliefs in acute low back pain: relationships with current and future disability and work status.
Julie M. Fritz;Steven Z. George;Anthony Delitto.
Reliability and Diagnostic Accuracy of the Clinical Examination and Patient Self-Report Measures for Cervical Radiculopathy
Robert S. Wainner;Julie M. Fritz;James J. Irrgang;Michael L. Boninger.
Identifying subgroups of patients with acute/subacute "nonspecific" low back pain: results of a randomized clinical trial.
Gerard P. Brennan;Julie M. Fritz;Stephen J. Hunter;Anne Thackeray.
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