Parcourir par tags

Tous les tags » Dramatisation (catastrophizing) » TMS (RSS)
Fear-Avoidance Beliefs, Catastrophizing, and Distress: A Longitudinal Subgroup Analysis on Patients With Musculoskeletal Pain
Westman, Anders E. et al. (2011). Fear-Avoidance Beliefs, Catastrophizing, and Distress: A Longitudinal Subgroup Analysis on Patients With Musculoskeletal Pain . Clinical Journal of Pain, 27 (7) : 567–577. Purpose: The aim of the present study was to describe fear-avoidance beliefs, catastrophizing, and emotional distress among musculoskeletal pain patients in primary healthcare and to explore the relationship of psychological risk profiles for pain, function, and sick leave from baseline through 1-year and 3-year follow-ups. Methods: Ratings from 110 musculoskeletal pain patients were collected...
Clinical Investigation of Pain-related Fear and Pain Catastrophizing for Patients With Low Back Pain
Objective: To investigate select psychometric properties of fear-avoidance model measures commonly used to assess pain-related fear and catastrophizing in clinical studies of low back pain. Methods: A convenience sample was recruited from patients (n=80) seeking outpatient physical therapy for low back pain. All patients completed self-report questionnaires for pain-related fear [Fear-avoidance Beliefs Questionnaire-physical activity (FABQ-PA), FABQ-work scale (W), and Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia -11] and pain catastrophizing (PCS) at initial evaluation session. Patients also completed clinical...
Can the Fear-Avoidance Beliefs Questionnaire predict work status in people with work-related musculoskeltal disorders?
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the predictive validity of fear avoidance beliefs as assessed by the Work Subscale (FABQ-W) of the Fear Avoidance Beliefs Questionnaire in a sample of 117 patients with a work-related musculoskeletal disorder, and identify two FABQ-W cut off points that identified participants as high or low risk of non return to work, following an interdisciplinary rehabilitation program. METHODS: A retrospective analysis of patient data collected in conjunction with the Victorian Workcover Authority "Sprains and Strains" program. Sequential logistic regression analysis was...

Abonnement courriel

Messages récents

Catégories

Méthodes et types d’études

Mots-Clés (Tags)

Blogoliste

Archives