PUBLICATION: Romanian Journal of Physical Therapy
Mbada, C.E., Ayanniyi, O., Ogunlade, S.O.
Failure of the plenitude of interventions in non-specific mechanical low-back pain (LBP) management is implicated on its
heterogeneity. Identifying specific syndromes and subgroups of patients with mechanical LBP has been recognized as a recent development in LBP research. This study aimed to assess the pattern of McKenzie syndromes (MS) and directional preference (DP) of patients who were referred for physical therapy treatment of mechanical LBP.