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Patient satisfaction with physiotherapy services for low back pain at selected hospitals in Kenya.
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Patient satisfaction is one of the indicators of the quality of care being given to the users of a service. It can also be used as benchmarks for ensuring the delivery of quality physiotherapy services in health facilities. Physiotherapists have been involved in treatment of persons suffering from low back pain for decades. Treatment approaches are varied, but all have the common goals of pain relief, rehabilitation, and prevention of recurrence of low back pain. The purpose of this study was to investigate the satisfaction of low back pain sufferers with the physiotherapy services they receive. The study was carried out in selected public hospitals in Nairobi and the Central Province in Kenya.
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Kamau, Peter Waweru
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Backache, Physical therapy. Kenya, Backache, Exercise therapy. Kenya, Physical therapy services. Kenya.
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