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Serge Perrot, Anne-Priscille Trouvin, Virginie Rondeau, Isabelle Chartier, Rosine Arnaud, Jean-Yves Milon, Denis Pouchain
INTRODUCTION: Physical therapy (PT) represents a major approach in musculoskeletal (MSK) pain. This study aimed to assess kinesiophobia, its impact and management, in patients with MSK pain treated by PT. METHODS: A national multicentre, prospective study was conducted in France in patients with MSK pain referred to PT. Kinesiophobia was scored with the Tampa Scale of Kinesiophobia (TSK). Pain, satisfaction, analgesic intake and acceptability were assessed at the initial visit, at the 5th PT session, and at the end of PT...
January 3, 2017: Joint, Bone, Spine: Revue du Rhumatisme
Charles R Hazle, Matthew Lee
The practice of manual therapy (MT) is often difficult when providing care for large patients and for practitioners small in stature or with other physical limitations. Many MT techniques can be modified using simple principles to require less exertion, permitting consistency with standards of practice even in the presence of physical challenges. Commonly used MT techniques are herein described and demonstrated with alternative preparatory and movement methods, which can also be adopted for use in other techniques...
July 2016: Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy
L E Copes, B R Pober, C A Terilli
Williams syndrome (WS), also referred to as Williams-Beuren syndrome (WBS), is a relatively rare genetic disorder affecting ∼1/10,000 persons. Since the disorder is caused by a micro-deletion of ∼1.5 Mb, it is not surprising that the manifestations of WS are extremely broad, involving most body systems. In this paper, we primarily focus on the musculoskeletal aspects of WS as these findings have not been the subject of a comprehensive review. We review the MSK features commonly seen in individuals with WS, along with related sensory and neurological issues interacting with and compounding underlying MSK abnormalities...
July 2016: Clinical Anatomy
Anna Cheshire, Marie Polley, David Peters, Damien Ridge
BACKGROUND: Supported self-management, acupuncture and information can help reduce the symptoms of low back pain. These approaches are currently recommended by NICE guidance as treatment options for patients with persistent low back pain. However, there has been no previous evaluation of a service providing them together for this common problem. The purpose of this service evaluation was to report patient outcomes and experiences of the Beating Back Pain Service (BBPS), a pilot service based in a primary and community care setting, delivering acupuncture, self-management and information to patients with chronic low back pain...
2013: BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Matthew S Briggs, Deborah L Givens, Thomas M Best, Ajit M Chaudhari
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this systematic review was to assess the evidence for lumbopelvic neuromuscular training (LNMT) in individuals after musculoskeletal (MSK) injury. DATA SOURCES: A literature search of PubMed and EMBASE databases was performed for English studies from January 1990 to March 2012. Search terms including and related to trunk, core, stability, injury, and LNMT were used. STUDY SELECTION: All studies directly involving LNMT for MSK injuries were reviewed by 2 authors...
May 2013: Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine: Official Journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine
C Salisbury, N E Foster, C Hopper, A Bishop, S Hollinghurst, J Coast, S Kaur, J Pearson, A Franchini, J Hall, S Grove, M Calnan, J Busby, A A Montgomery
BACKGROUND: As a result of long delays for physiotherapy for musculoskeletal problems, several areas in the UK have introduced PhysioDirect services in which patients telephone a physiotherapist for initial assessment and treatment advice. However, there is no robust evidence about the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness or acceptability to patients of PhysioDirect. OBJECTIVE: To investigate whether or not PhysioDirect is equally as clinically effective as and more cost-effective than usual care for patients with musculoskeletal (MSK) problems in primary care...
January 2013: Health Technology Assessment: HTA
Hannah Haywood, Helen Pain, Sarah Ryan, Jo Adams
BACKGROUND: Nurses and allied health professionals (AHPs) are required to evidence their engagement in continuing professional development (CPD) in order to retain their professional registration. Many challenges to CPD are reported, but little literature has explored pertinent CPD issues for clinicians with specialist roles or working in specialist services. No literature to date has explored the perceptions of CPD held by patients who receive these specialist services. METHODS: Three focus groups and two conference calls were conducted with nurses, physiotherapists, podiatrists and occupational therapists who work in musculoskeletal (MSK) services; managers of these services; and people who use MSK services...
September 2013: Musculoskeletal Care
Margareth C Ozelo, Márcia A P Matta, Renchi Yang
Projects are underway in many developing countries to try to improve the provision of treatment and access to care for people with haemophilia (PWH), as long-term prophylactic treatment, which improves quality of life for PWH, is still restricted to developed countries. In most developing countries, therapy is limited to on-demand treatment or even no replacement treatment at all. Combined with limited healthcare resources, this lack of treatment can lead to a vicious circle of lack of care, disability, unemployment and lack of access to health insurance for haemophilia patients...
July 2012: Haemophilia: the Official Journal of the World Federation of Hemophilia
W Zbijewski, P De Jean, P Prakash, Y Ding, J W Stayman, N Packard, R Senn, D Yang, J Yorkston, A Machado, J A Carrino, J H Siewerdsen
PURPOSE: This paper reports on the design and initial imaging performance of a dedicated cone-beam CT (CBCT) system for musculoskeletal (MSK) extremities. The system complements conventional CT and MR and offers a variety of potential clinical and logistical advantages that are likely to be of benefit to diagnosis, treatment planning, and assessment of therapy response in MSK radiology, orthopaedic surgery, and rheumatology. METHODS: The scanner design incorporated a host of clinical requirements (e...
August 2011: Medical Physics
Anna Cheshire, Marie Polley, David Peters, Damien Ridge
BACKGROUND: Spinal manipulation and acupuncture can be helpful in reducing the symptoms of musculoskeletal (MSK) pain. Both approaches are currently recommended by NICE as treatment options for patients with persistent low back pain. However, there has been no previous evaluation of a GP service using them together for MSK pain. The purpose of this study was to evaluate acceptability and outcomes for an osteopathy and acupuncture service (delivered by complementary therapy practitioners) for patients with MSK problems provided within a General Practice...
2011: BMC Family Practice
Christine Glenny, Paul Stolee, Janice Husted, Mary Thompson, Katherine Berg
OBJECTIVE: To compare the responsiveness of 2 major systems developed for rehabilitation settings--the FIM and the interRAI Post Acute Care (PAC) assessment--in older patients. DESIGN: Trained raters assessed patients with both tools at admission and discharge. SETTING: Musculoskeletal (MSK) and geriatric rehabilitation units (GRUs) in 2 rehabilitation hospitals. PARTICIPANTS: Older adults receiving rehabilitation (N=208; mean age +/- SD, 78...
July 2010: Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
M E Ernst, W R Doucette, S D Dedhiya, M C Osterhaus, P A Kumbera, J T Osterhaus, R J Townsend
STUDY OBJECTIVE: To determine whether community pharmacists can use point-of-service health status assessments to identify and resolve drug-related problems (DRPs) in ambulatory patients with selected musculoskeletal (MSK) disorders. DESIGN: Twelve-month, prospective, multicenter demonstration project. SETTING: Twelve independent community pharmacies in eastern Iowa. PATIENTS: Ambulatory patients with self-reported diagnosis of osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or low back pain...
August 2001: Pharmacotherapy
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