Karen J. Sherman, PhD, MPH; Daniel C. Cherkin, PhD; Janet Erro, RN, MN, PNP; Diana L. Miglioretti, PhD; Richard A. Deyo, MD, MPH
Classes ended at week 12. The x-axis signifies week after starting treatment. Higher scores signify greater disability. The P values for the omnibus F tests of any differences in mean Roland scores among the 3 treatment groups (derived from a linear regression model that was fitted to all follow-up time points, adjusting for baseline Roland score by using generalized estimating equations) are 0.046 at 6 weeks, 0.002 at 12 weeks, and 0.002 at 26 weeks.
Classes ended at week 12. The x-axis signifies week after starting treatment. Higher scores signify greater symptom bothersomeness. The P values for the omnibus F tests of any differences in mean symptom bothersomeness scores among the 3 treatment groups (derived from a linear regression model fitted to all follow-up time points, adjusting for baseline symptom bothersomeness score by using generalized estimating equations) are 0.019 at 6 weeks, 0.135 at 12 weeks, and 0.001 at 26 weeks.
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Sherman KJ, Cherkin DC, Erro J, Miglioretti DL, Deyo RA. Comparing Yoga, Exercise, and a Self-Care Book for Chronic Low Back Pain: A Randomized, Controlled Trial. Ann Intern Med. 2005;143:849-856. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-143-12-200512200-00003
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