SelfBack is based on several years of research carried out by some of the world's leading researchers and clinicians in the musculoskeletal field. The international consortium is still working with SelfBack's data base and is in the process of several studies that will highlight the advantages of SelfBack. These are expected to be published continuously over a number of years.

Below you can see a sample of the most comprehensive and largest studies that have been made around SelfBack.

August 2021
Effectiveness of App-Delivered, Tailored Self-management Support for Adults With Lower Back Pain–Related Disability
September 2023
Do age, gender, and education modify the effectiveness of app-delivered and tailored self-management support among adults with low back pain?—Secondary analysis of the selfback randomised controlled trial
August 2023
The Role of Pain Duration and Pain Intensity on the Effectiveness of App-Delivered Self-Management for Low Back Pain (selfBACK): Secondary Analysis of a Randomized Controlled Trial
January 2023
The selfBACK artificial intelligence-based smartphone app can improve low back pain outcome even in patients with high levels of depression or stress
Februar 2022
Multimorbidity and co-occurring musculoskeletal pain do not modify the effect of the SELFBACK app on low back pain-related disability
December 2019
An App-Delivered Self-Management Program for People With Low Back Pain: Protocol for the SelfBACK Randomized Controlled Trial
August 2018
A Decision Support System to Enhance Self-Management of Low Back Pain: Protocol for the SelfBACK Project

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