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Table 2 P-values obtained when Comparing High-acute vs. Mid-acute, Mid-acute vs. Subacute and High-acute vs. Subacute Patients in terms of the Baseline characteristics significant in Table 1

From: Exploring the definition of «acute» neck pain: a prospective cohort observational study comparing the outcomes of chiropractic patients with 0–2 weeks, 2–4 weeks and 4–12 weeks of symptoms

  High-acute
vs. Mid-acute
Mid-acute
vs. Subacute
High-Acute
vs. Subacute
Pre NRS Neck 0.322 0.124 0.0001*
Age (years) 0.0001* 0.043* 0.002*
General Health 0.115 0.935 0.003*
Smoker (yes) 0.971 0.046* 0.009*
  1. NRS numerical rating scale for pain, BQ Bournemouth questionnaire; * = p ≤ 0.05