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Long-term outcomes of multimodal rehabilitation in primary care for patients with chronic pain
Elisabeth Pietilä-Holmner, Paul Enthoven, Björn Gerdle, Peter Molander, Britt-Marie Stålnacke
Objectives: To investigate the outcomes one year after multimodal rehabilitation programmes in primary care for patients with chronic pain, both as a whole and for men and women separately. A second aim was to identify predictive factors for not being on sickness absence at follow-up after one year. Methods: A prospective longitudinal cohort study of 234 patients, 34 men and 200 women, age range ...
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Fear of movement in patients attending cardiac rehabilitation: A validation study
Paul Keessen, Iris den Uijl, Bart Visser, Hendrika van den Berg-Emons, Corine H.M. Latour, Madoka Sunamura, Harald T. Jorstad, Gerben ter Riet, Wilma J. M. Scholte op Reimer, Roderik A. Kraaijgenhagen, Nienke ter Hoeve
Objectives: To determine the psychometric properties of a questionnaire to assess fear of movement (kinesiophobia): the Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia (TSK-NL Heart), and to investigate the prevalence of kinesiophobia in patients attending cardiac rehabilitation. Methods: A total of 152 patients were evaluated with the TSK-NL Heart during intake and 7 days later. Internal consistency, test-retest ...
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Acute care models for hip fracture treatment vs post-acute rehabilitation services in older adults after hip fracture: A comparative claims data analysis from Germany
Clemens Becker, Kilian Rapp, Dietrich Rothenbacher, Claudia Schulz, Hans-Helmut König, Gisela Büchele
Objective: Acute geriatric care (geriatric early rehabilitative treatment) and sub-acute (inpatient) geriat-ric rehabilitation are delivered to geriatric patients in Germany after hip fracture. The aim of this study was to compare patients’ outcomes after hip fracture between 3 German federal states (Hesse, Bavaria, and Baden-Wuerttemberg) that nearly exclusively offered one of the two geriatric ...
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Effect of acute transcranial magnetic stimulation on intracellular signalling in human skeletal muscle
Ferdinand von Walden, Eva-Karin Gidlund, Chang Liu, Nerrolyn Ramstrand, Jessica Norrbom, Nils von Wachenfelt, Henrik Kjellgren, Carl Johan Sundberg, Eva Pontén, Björn Alkner
Objective: To investigate the potential of an acute bout of transcranial magnetic stimulation to induce anabolic signalling. Design: Experimental intervention on healthy subjects. Subjects: Ten healthy subjects, 5 women and 5 men (mean age 32 years; standard deviation (SD) 4). Methods: Transcranial magnetic stimulation, resulting in contraction of the quadriceps muscles, was applied at a frequen ...
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The nature stroke study; NASTRU: A randomized controlled trial of nature-based post-stroke fatigue rehabilitation
Anna María Pálsdóttir, Kjerstin Stigmar, Bo Norrving, Ingemar F. Petersson, Mikael Åström, Hélène Pessah-Rasmussen
Objective: To determine whether nature-based rehabilitation, as an add-on to standard care, has a long-term influence on post-stroke fatigue, perceived value of everyday occupations, disability, health-related quality of life, anxiety, and depression at follow-up 8 and 14 months after randomization. Design: Single-blinded, 2-armed, randomized controlled trial. Methods: Stroke survivors, identif ...
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Prognostic factors for improved physical and emotional functioning one year after interdisciplinary rehabilitation in patients with chronic pain: Results from a national quality registry in Sweden
Elena Tseli, Linda Vixner, Riccardo LoMartire, Wilhelmus J.A. Grooten, Björn Gerdle, Björn O. Äng
Objective: To investigate prognostic factors for physical and emotional functioning following interdisciplinary multimodal pain rehabilitation, by targeting patients’ baseline characteristics and health measures. Methods: A prospective cohort of 2,876 patients from 38 specialist clinics across Sweden, who were completing interdisciplinary multimodal pain rehabilitation programmes, was followed ...
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