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Predicting Persistent Back Symptoms by Psychosocial Risk Factors: Validity Criteria for the ÖMPSQ and the HKF-R 10 in Germany
Although the ÖMPSQ may be considered useful in identification of long-term functional loss or pain, over- and underestimation of patients at risk of chronic noncspecific back pain led to limited test-efficiencies and clinical utility for both questionnaires.
Medicine in spine exercise (MiSpEx) for nonspecific low back pain patients: study protocol for a multicentre, single-blind randomized controlled trial
The results of the study will be of clinical and practical relevance not only for researchers and policy makers but also for the general population suffering from nonspecific low back pain.
Trauma exposure, posttraumatic stress disorder and oxytocin: A meta-analytic investigation of endogenous concentrations and receptor genotype
Motor Control Stabilisation Exercise for Patients with Non-Specific Low Back Pain: A Prospective Meta-Analysis with Multilevel Meta-Regressions on Intervention Effects
Moderate-to-high quality evidence indicated that those patients with comparably intermediate current pain and older patients may profit the most from MCE, and motor control stabilisation exercise is an effective treatment for non-specific low back pain.
[Impact of attachment behavior on chronic and somatoform pain].
- A. Pfeifer, J. Ehrenthal, E. Neubauer, C. Gerigk, M. Schiltenwolf
- Medicine, PsychologySchmerz
- 1 October 2016
The personality characteristics of the individual attachment style are also predictors for the success of medical and psychosocial interventions and aspects of the physician-patient relationship.
Mobile Application-Based Interventions for Chronic Pain Patients: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Effectiveness
- A. Pfeifer, R. Uddin, Paul Schröder-Pfeifer, Felix Holl, W. Swoboda, M. Schiltenwolf
- PsychologyJournal of clinical medicine
- 1 November 2020
The results suggest that apps-based treatment can be helpful in reducing pain, especially in the long-term.
Effectiveness of an Attachment-Informed Working Alliance in Interdisciplinary Pain Therapy
- A. Pfeifer, P. Meredith, M. Schiltenwolf
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of clinical medicine
- 1 March 2019
Results of the present study indicate that attachment-informed treatment of chronic pain can enhance existing interdisciplinary pain therapies; however, caveats are discussed.
The effects of ageing on muscle strength and function: A review of the literature
It has been reported that the trained older subjects were able to generate torque values similar to a younger control group, and other researchers have cited similar abilities to improve strength among older individuals.
Impact of attachment behavior on the treatment process of chronic pain patients
The results of this study indicate that insecurely attached patients with pain symptoms only benefit from a multimodal pain therapy in limited ways in regard to posttreatment trajectories, and suggest the importance of direct and indirect mechanisms of attachment.
Study protocol - efficacy of an attachment-based working alliance in the multimodal pain treatment
An attachment-based approach may be a promising way to enhance long-term treatment outcomes for insecurely attached pain patients and this would be the first attempt at an attachment-oriented improvement of multimodal pain programs.