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I want to develop a prefect research methodology under the title Effects of Pulsed Low Frequency Magnetic Field Therapy on Patients with Chronic Low Back Pain: A Randomized Double Blind Placebo Controlled And my research question was: Inpatient with chronic low back pain does the Electromagnetic Field Therapy reduce pain intensity I will use the following machine called BEMER (Bio Electro-Magnetic Energy Regulation) Device Primarily; out comes measures pain intensity every session using (Numeric Pain-Intensity Scale). NRS-Numerical Rating Scale Secondly; outcome measures 1- The Roland-Morris Low Back Pain and Disability Questionnaire 2- Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index – Item 6 3- Brief pain inventory scoring 4- Global Perceived Effect of change 5- Oswestry_Low_Back_Disability 6- 6- DASH 22 so please let us work on it soon I will be with writer step by step. Just update me and I will replay soon the dead time is 15 /3/2017 And my. Inclusion and exclusion Criteria Inclusion Criteria for Patients with Low Back Pain. These include 1. Willingness and ability to give written informed consent and to comply with all parts of the study protocol. 2. Mean pain intensity of 4 or greater (NPRS) in the subject’s low back or leg(s) during the study run-in phase 3. Patients with chronic nonspecific low back pain with no severely reduced mobility; 4. Males and females of > 60 years of age; 5. Nonspecific low back pain for at least 12 weeks; 6. Palpable tenderness of the paravertebral muscles and/or painful limited mobility of the lumbar spine; Exclusion Criteria for Patients with Low Back Pain. These include: 1. Serious psychosocial comorbidities. 2. History of malignancy 3. History of epilepsy . 4. acute low back pain; 5 Organic neurological deficit associated with lower back pain; 6. The underlying cause is likely to be vertebral compression 7. Existing or planned pregnancy. 8 Implanted pacemaker, or other implanted metal lead I attach sample of my classmate please i want the methodology will be exactly the same in details very specific, comprehensive and extensive so please contact me at any time through email and i will relay as soon as possible for any inquiry if you want to extend the page more than 8 let me know and please for sources make easy for me so i can access use end note software and make the references in Vancouver style , i will give you an example (Pain in the lower back is by no means uncommon; it will probably afflict most people at some stage. It limits activity more than any other cause and the social costs of delayed return to work. (1), (2), (3) People go to hospital because of it. (4) Dissimilarities in studies carried out mean that it is difficult to be certain exactly where and how often it occurs. (5) Because it is so difficult to compare non-like-for-like data, existing estimates of percentages of the studied population experiencing a first-time LBP occurrence in a given year range from 6.3% to 15.4%, and estimates of how many have any occurrence run from a low of 1.5% to a high of 36%. Studies carried out at health facilities and clinics say that between 54% and 90% of cases see remission by the end of the year.