The incidence of low back pain in active duty United States military service members
Scher, Danielle L.
Owens, Brett D.
Belmont, Philip J., Jr
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To investigate the incidence and risk factors for developing low back pain in active duty military population to include age, sex, race, rank, and military service.
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