Adaptability and Resilience in Aging Adults-2 (ARIAA-2)

Purpose

Do you have low back pain?  If so, you may be eligible for a focus group study seeking feedback on a new behavioral program for low back pain. Compensation provided 

Procedures 

  • 2.5-hour focus group
  • Contribute to the discussion on a new behavioral program for low back pain

Eligibility

  • 60+ years of age
  • Have low back pain on most days
For additional study details and eligibility criteria, please contact Dr. Emily Bartley at 352-273-8798. 

Study Information Flyer

Age

N/A

Gender

Male
Female

Monetary compensation

Yes

Can be done from home

No

Keywords

Low back pain - chronic, Back pain - when you see the doctor, Aging changes in the bones - muscles - joints, Back pain - when you see the doctor, Low back pain - acute

Principal Investigator

Emily Bartley, PhD

Department

College of Dentistry

Contact Information

EBartley@dental.ufl.edu

352-273-8798


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