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Managing Chronic Low Back Pain with Modified Package of Exercise Therapy Enriched by Psychological Interventions in Computer Based Workers: A New Approach in Developing Countries

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HOSSEINI L, GHAYOUR NAJAFABADI M, MEMARI A, KORDI R. Managing Chronic Low Back Pain with Modified Package of Exercise Therapy Enriched by Psychological Interventions in Computer Based Workers: A New Approach in Developing Countries. Iran J Public Health. 2019;48(5):983-985.