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Table 1 Subject characteristics

From: Fast tracking the design of theory-based KT interventions through a consensus process

Characteristics (% unless stated otherwise) Participants (N = 13) CCRD (2011)a(N = 2,296)
Professional background Chiropractors (n = 9) N/A
Chiropractic leaders/decision-makers (n = 4)
Age 46.7 years (SD ± 6.8) 44.3 years (SD ± 11.7)
Gender 70% M; 30% F 67.2% M; 32.8% F
Number of years in practice (mean and SD) 20.8 years (SD ± 7.2) 17 years (SD ± 11.8)
Type of practice 3 in solo practice 34.8% in solo practice
Patients presenting with complaints of neck pain Over 40% N/A
Prescribe exercise as a component of spinal pain treatments 100% 69.4% (SD ± 29.7)
Provide exercise leaflets to patients 69% N/A
Has onsite low-technology exercise equipment 62% N/A
  1. N/A not available, M male, F female, SD standard deviation.
  2. aCanadian Chiropractic Research Databank, maintained by the Canadian Chiropractic Association.