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  1. Longitudinal Monitoring of Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain During Physical Therapy Treatment Using the STarT Back Screening Tool
  2. Kinesio Taping Does Not Provide Additional Benefits in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain Who Receive Exercise and Manual Therapy: A Randomized Controlled Trial
  3. Pilates for Low Back Pain
  4. Motor control exercise for acute non-specific low back pain
  5. Cross-cultural adaptation and reproducibility of the Brazilian-Portuguese version of the modified FRESNO Test to evaluate the competence in evidence based practice by physical therapists
  6. Motor control exercise for chronic non-specific low-back pain
  7. Assessment of inpatient's satisfaction with physiotherapy care in a public hospital
  8. Evidence-Based Practice: a survey regarding behavior, knowledge, skills, resources, opinions and perceived barriers of Brazilian physical therapists from São Paulo state
  9. Pilates for low back pain
  10. Instrumentos para avaliar a prática baseada em evidências na fisioterapia: uma revisão sistemática
  11. What do physical therapists think about evidence-based practice? A systematic review
  12. A guide to survival analysis for manual therapy clinicians and researchers
  13. Tutorial for writing systematic reviews for the Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy (BJPT)
  14. Measurement Properties of the Brazilian Portuguese Version of the MedRisk Instrument for Measuring Patient Satisfaction With Physical Therapy Care
  15. Different models and techniques of Kinesio Taping have never been tested
  16. Assessment of the measurement properties of quality of life questionnaires in Brazilian women with breast cancer
  17. Kinesio Taping to generate skin convolutions is not better than sham taping for people with chronic non-specific low back pain: a randomised trial
  18. Translation, cross-cultural adaptation to Brazilian- Portuguese and reliability analysis of the instrument Rapid Entire Body Assessment-REBA
  19. Description of research design of articles published in four Brazilian physical therapy journals
  20. Current evidence does not support the use of Kinesio Taping in clinical practice: a systematic review
  21. Do convolutions in Kinesio Taping matter? Comparison of two Kinesio Taping approaches in patients with chronic non-specific low back pain: protocol of a randomised trial
  22. Primary Care Research Priorities in Low Back Pain
  23. Efficacy of adding the kinesio taping method to guideline-endorsed conventional physiotherapy in patients with chronic nonspecific low back pain: a randomised controlled trial
  24. Pilates for low-back pain
  25. Does fear of movement mediate the relationship between pain intensity and disability in patients following whiplash injury? A prospective longitudinal study
  26. Reproducibility of the Portuguese version of the PEDro Scale
  27. Effectiveness of the back school and mckenzie techniques in patients with chronic non-specific low back pain: a protocol of a randomised controlled trial
  28. The Brazilian-Portuguese versions of the McGill Pain Questionnaire were reproducible, valid, and responsive in patients with musculoskeletal pain
  29. Transparent reporting of studies relevant to physical therapy practice
  30. Systematic review of cross-cultural adaptations of McGill Pain Questionnaire reveals a paucity of clinimetric testing
  31. Intra-tester reliability of two clinical tests of transversus abdominis muscle recruitment