Kinesiophobia and Its Affiliation With Well being-Associated High quality of Life Throughout Harm Areas.
Arch Phys Med Rehabil. 2018 01;99(1):43-48
Authors: Goldberg P, Zeppieri G, Bialosky J, Bocchino C, van den Boogaard J, Tillman S, Chmielewski TL
OBJECTIVE: To match baseline kinesiophobia ranges and their affiliation with health-related high quality of life throughout damage areas.
DESIGN: Retrospective cross-sectional research.
SETTING: Single, giant outpatient bodily remedy clinic inside an educational medical middle.
PARTICIPANTS: Sufferers (N=1233) who underwent an preliminary analysis for a analysis associated to musculoskeletal ache and accomplished the 11-item model of the Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia (TSK-11) and the Medical Outcomes Research Eight-Merchandise Quick-Type Well being Survey (SF-Eight) questionnaires inside 7 days of their first go to had been eligible for inclusion. 300 eighty sufferers had been excluded due to lacking knowledge or as a result of they had been youthful than 18 years. A complete of 853 sufferers (imply age, 43.55y; vary, 18-94y) had been included.
INTERVENTIONS: Not relevant.
MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Comparability of baseline kinesiophobia ranges and their affiliation with health-related high quality of life throughout damage areas in an outpatient bodily remedy setting.
RESULTS: Separate evaluation of variance fashions in contrast TSK-11 scores primarily based on concerned physique area, and Pearson correlation coefficients had been used to look at the affiliation between TSK-11 scores and the SF-Eight subscales at every physique area. TSK-11 scores didn’t differ by physique area (vary, 23.9-26.1). Weak to reasonable detrimental correlations existed between kinesiophobia and the SF-Eight subscales.
CONCLUSIONS: Kinesiophobia ranges seem elevated and negatively related to health-related high quality of life at preliminary bodily remedy analysis no matter damage location. These findings counsel that bodily therapists in outpatient orthopedic settings ought to implement routine kinesiophobia evaluation and supply stratified care primarily based on kinesiophobia ranges throughout musculoskeletal situations.
PMID: 28760572 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]