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Table 4 Logistic regression analysis identifying predictors for chiropractors who often treat patients with low back-related leg pain as compared to those who do not

From: The profile of chiropractors managing patients with low back-related leg pain: analyses of 1907 chiropractors from the ACORN practice-based research network

Factors Odds Ratio 95% CI P
Axial low back pain    < 0.001
 Never/rarely/sometimes Reference 1.00  
 Often 21.08 10.10, 44.00  
Referred/radicular neck pain    < 0.001
 Never/rarely/sometimes Reference 1.00  
 Often 10.81 6.63, 17.63  
Referred/radicular thoracic pain    < 0.001
 Never/rarely/sometimes Reference 1.00  
 Often 3.14 1.72, 5.71  
Discussing medications    0.010
 Never/rarely/sometimes Reference 1.00  
 Often 1.77 1.14, 2.73  
Migraine disorders    0.004
 Never/rarely/sometimes Reference 1.00  
 Often 1.70 1.18, 2.43  
Pregnant women    0.017
 Never/rarely/sometimes Reference 1.00  
 Often 1.58 1.08, 2.30  
Degenerative spine conditions    0.010
 Never/rarely/sometimes Reference 1.00  
 Often 1.53 1.11, 2.11  
People with work-related injuries    0.030
 Never/rarely/sometimes Reference 1.00  
 Often 1.49 1.04, 2.14