Delivering an Optimised Behavioural Intervention (OBI) to people with low back pain with high psychological risk; results and lessons learnt from a feasibility randomised controlled trial of Contextual Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CCBT) vs. Physiotherapy.

Tamar Pincus, Shamaila Anwar, Lance M McCracken, Alison McGregor, Liz Graham, Michelle Collinson, John Mcbeth, Paul Watson, Stephen Morley, Juliet Henderson, Amanda J Farrin, Barbara Sharp (Collaborator), Kim Brown (Collaborator), Chantel Ostler (Collaborator), Deborah Joy (Collaborator), Greg Clarke (Collaborator)

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