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  1. Do different sit–stand workstations influence lumbar kinematics, lumbar muscle activity and musculoskeletal pain in office workers? A secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial
  2. Effectiveness of Implementation Strategies to Improve Adherence of Physical Therapist Treatment Choices to Clinical Practice Guidelines for Musculoskeletal Conditions: Systematic Review
  3. Problem with patient decision aids
  4. Efficacy and safety of antidepressants for the treatment of low back pain and osteoarthritis: protocol for a systematic review and meta-analysis
  5. High‐ and low‐value care in sport and exercise medicine: Areas for consideration
  6. What Interventions Do Physical Therapists Provide for Patients With Cardiorespiratory Conditions, Neurological Conditions, and Conditions Requiring Acute Hospital Care? A Systematic Review
  7. On “‘Choose Physical Therapy’ for Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: Clinical Management for Infants Affected by the Opioid Crisis.” McCarty DB, Peat JR, O'Donnell S, Graham E, Malcolm, WF. Phys Ther. 2019; 99;771–785
  8. Do choosing wisely recommendations about low-value care target income-generating treatments provided by members? A content analysis of 1293 recommendations
  9. Family history of pain and risk of musculoskeletal pain in children and adolescents
  10. Evaluation of the Choosing Wisely Australia 5 Questions resource and a shared decision-making preparation video: protocol for an online experiment
  11. Do physical therapists follow evidence-based guidelines when managing musculoskeletal conditions? Systematic review
  12. Agreement between the Cochrane risk of bias tool and Physiotherapy Evidence Database (PEDro) scale: A meta-epidemiological study of randomized controlled trials of physical therapy interventions
  13. Physiotherapists’ views on the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s Choosing Wisely recommendations: a content analysis
  14. Media Coverage of the Benefits and Harms of Testing the Healthy: a protocol for a descriptive study
  15. The association between physical activity and low back pain: a systematic review and meta-analysis of observational studies
  16. Is occupational or leisure physical activity associated with low back pain? Insights from a cross-sectional study of 1059 participants
  17. Major Concerns Regarding the Conduct of a Trial of Spinal Mobilization for Lumbar Radiculopathy
  18. Choosing Wisely after a sport and exercise-related injury
  19. PEDro searching has improved over time: A comparison of search commands from two six-month periods three years apart
  20. Evidence-based physiotherapy needs evidence-based marketing
  21. Time for a Different Approach to Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries: Educate and Create Realistic Expectations
  22. Influence of family history on prognosis of spinal pain and the role of leisure time physical activity and body mass index: a prospective study using family-linkage data from the Norwegian HUNT study
  23. Familial factors predicting recovery and maintenance of physical activity in people with low back pain: Insights from a population-based twin study
  24. Video-Game–Based Exercises for Older People With Chronic Low Back Pain: A Randomized Controlledtable Trial (GAMEBACK)
  25. August 2018 Letter to the Editor-in-Chief
  26. Parental chronic widespread pain and the association with chronic widespread pain in adult offspring: Family-linkage data from the Norwegian HUNT Study
  27. Does Familial Aggregation of Chronic Low Back Pain Affect Recovery?
  28. Are people with chronic low back pain meeting the physical activity guidelines? A co-twin control study
  29. Neighborhood walkability moderates the association between low back pain and physical activity: A co-twin control study
  30. Video-game based exercises for older people with chronic low back pain: a protocol for a feasibility randomised controlled trial (the GAMEBACK trial)
  31. Does educational attainment increase the risk of low back pain when genetics are considered? A population-based study of Spanish twins
  32. The Beneficial Effects of Physical Activity: Is It Down to Your Genes? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Twin and Family Studies