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Table 6 Logistic regression analysis identifying associations with chiropractors who use ICHD primary headache diagnostic criteria

From: Prevalence and factors associated with the use of primary headache diagnostic criteria by chiropractors

Factors   Odds Ratio 95% C.I. p-value
ICHD primary headache diagnostic criteria influences headache management Strongly Disagree/Disagree/Neutral 1.00   
Agree/Strongly Agree 7.86 3.15, 19.60 < 0.001
ICHD primary headache diagnostic criteria improves decision-making about headache patient referral/co-management Strongly Disagree/Disagree/Neutral 1.00   
Agree/Strongly Agree 2.35 1.01, 5.47 0.046
Referral to investigate a headache red-flag Never/Rarely/Sometimes 1.00   
Often 2.67 1.02, 6.96 0.045
Referral to assist headache prevention Never/Rarely/Sometimes 1.00   
Often 0.16 0.03, 0.80 0.026
ICHD primary headache diagnostic criteria are distinct for the diagnosis of primary headaches Strongly Disagree/Disagree/Neutral 1.00   
Agree/Strongly Agree 3.64 1.58, 8.39 0.002
Massage, myofascial technique, stretching or trigger-points to neck/shoulder area for tension headache management Never/rarely 1.00   
Often/Almost every new patient with tension headache 4.33 1.67, 11.19 0.003
Headache diary Never/Rarely 1.00   
Often/Every new patient with headache 3.52 1.41, 8.77 0.007