THERAPEUTIC PAIN EDUCATION ALTERS PAIN ATTITUDES AND BELIEFS IN THE DOMAINS OF EMOTIONALITY, HARM, CONTROL AND MEDICATION FOR PEOPLE WITH CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN

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Abstract

The purpose of the current study was to investigate the impact of abbreviated TPE on seven domains of pain attitudes and beliefs: solicitude, emotionality, medical cure, control, harm, disability and medication for persons with chronic LBP. It was identified that statistically significant changes occurred to the following number of questions within the domains for all participants: solicitude 2/5 (p < 0.012-0.022), emotionality 4/4 (p < 0.000-0.005), medical cure 0/5, control 5/5 (p < 0.000-0.013), harm 3/5 (p < 0.001-0.015), disability 1/3 (p < 0.005), and medication 3/3 (p < 0.003-0.025). TPE content impacted specific domains for participants with chronic LBP.
Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - Feb 5 2022
EventCombined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association - 2022 - San Antonio, TX
Duration: Feb 5 2022Feb 5 2022

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ConferenceCombined Sections Meeting of the American Physical Therapy Association - 2022
Period02/5/2202/5/22

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