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Julie Stutzbach, PT, DPT, PhD, (link) a clinician scientist with extensive experience in neurorehabilitation and research experience in mixed methods, physical activity, clinical trials, qualitative research, and behavior-change, will present her new study concept that uses qualitative methods to learn more about low back pain in adults with cerebral palsy. Chronic low back pain is a common problem in many adults with cerebral palsy, leading to increasing disability and functional decline. Improving pain management strategies is critical to improving quality of life as people with CP age.

Low Back Pain in Adults with CP