A study by Deepali et al analysed that Physiotherapy students had significantly lower Fear Avoidance Beliefs Questionnaire scores than nursing students [p≤ 0.05]. Hence, physiotherapy students have less negative beliefs towards low back pain than nursing students. Read more


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