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Topic: HLT540 v10R Electro-Acupuncture in Conjunction with Exercise for the Treatment of Chronic Low-Back Pain
Refer to "The Use of Electro-Acupuncture in Conjunction with Exercise for the Treatment of Chronic Low-Back Pain," by Yeung, Leung, and Chow.
Complete the "Yeung Analysis Worksheet."
Examine the question the researchers were trying to answer and write an essay (500-750 words) that explains why you feel the t-test was chosen. Choose one of the other tools studied so far in this course and explain why it would not provide relevant findings.
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The study attempts to determine the efficacy of using Electro-Acupuncture (EA) as a complement to exercise in the management of Lower Back Pain (LBP). The study notes that the incidence of LBP is prevalent in the United States. An approximate 31 million people suffer from LBP in the United States at any given time. 39% of Hong Kong adults have experienced one incident of LBP since birth. LBP has a direct correlation with reduced productivity, wh