15 Dec Scientific Articles: How Does Self-Efficacy Influence Pain Perception
How Does Self-Efficacy Influence Pain Perception, Postural Stability and Range of Motion in Individuals with Chronic Low Back Pain?
This research included 60 patients with NSCLBP. Patients were classified as having “high” or “low” self-efficacy based on a median split of scores on the Chronic Pain Self-Efficacy Scale. All patients received a sociodemographic questionnaire, a psychological self-reported measures (Tampa scale of Kinesiophobia; Pain Catastrophizing Scale; Rumination subscale, Magnification subscale; Helplessness subscale; Roland-Morris Disability Questionnaire; Fear-Avoidance Belief Questionnaire; Physical Activity subscale; Work subscale); and completed the Temporal Summation Lifting Task, Lumbar Range of Motion, and Multi-Directional Functional Reach Test (MDFRT).
Original article published by the US National Library of Medicine
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