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BOLD peer- reviewed publications:

Year Publication
2012 Study Protocol- Lumbar Epidural Steroid Injections for Spinal Stenosis (LESS): a double-blind randomized controlled trial of epidural steroid injections for lumbar spinal stenosis among older adults.
2012 Study Protocol: The Back pain Outcomes using Longitudinal Data (BOLD) Registry
2013 A systematic review to assess comparative effectiveness studies in epidural steroid injections for lumbar spinal stenosis and to estimate reimbursement amounts.
2014 Back pain in seniors: the back pain outcomes using longitudinal data (BOLD) cohort baseline data.
2014 Mapping a Patient-Reported Functional Outcome Measure to a Utility Measure for Comparative Effectiveness and Economic Evaluations in Older Adults with Low Back Pain.
2014 A Randomized Trial of Epidural Glucocorticoid Injections for Spinal Stenosis
2015 Patient-reported outcomes associated with use of physical therapist services by older adults with a new visit for back pain
2015 Association of early imaging for back pain with clinical outcomes in older adults
2015 The clinical course of pain and function in older adults with a new primary care visit for back pain
2015 Clinical outcomes of early and later physical therapy services for older adults with back pain
2015 Trajectories of Symptoms and Function in Older Adults with Low Back Disorders
2015 Short-term Improvements in Disability Mediate Patient Satisfaction After Epidural Corticosteroid Injections for Symptomatic Lumbar Spinal Stenosis
2015 Can Patient Characteristics Predict Benefit from Epidural Corticosteroid Injections for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Symptoms?
2015 Problem areas identified as important to older adults with lumbar spinal stenosis.

 

 

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