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Evaluering av tjenestetilbudet til personer med behov for lindrende behandling og omsorg
Self-perception as embodied knowledge – changing processes for patients with chronic pain
The study's purpose was to explore change and perception of change related to patients with chronic back and/or neck pain through treatment courses of Norwegian psychomotor physiotherapy. A multiple… Expand
Vitamin D deficiency in Pakistani premenopausal women living in Norway is not associated with evidence of reduced skeletal strength.
In a cross-sectional, age-matched study, vitamin D status and skeletal status were compared between 26 Pakistani premenopausal women living in Oslo and 24 Norwegian women. The serum calcidiol… Expand
Legesøkning blant pakistanske innvandrere
I denne studien ville vi finne ut om pakistanere konsulterer lege hyppigere enn nordmenn og om de får andre diagnoser. 6867 direkte legekontakter for pakistanere og nordmenn i alderen 20-49 år ble… Expand
[Mobility and group discussions. Treatment of chronic muscle pain in women in general practice].
We describe the development of a programme based on group treatment for women suffering from chronic muscle pain, and the experience gained from it. Six such groups underwent 12 weeks of treatment… Expand
[Treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain. Physical training and group discussions in general practice].
Treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain is a challenge. 16 female patients with problems of this kind underwent a 12 week course of treatment consisting of selected physical exercises and group… Expand
Hvordan kan kvinner med kroniske muskelsmerter endre sine kroppslige vaner
- S. Steihaug
- 20 October 2005
[Medical consultation about Pakistani immigrants. The pattern of consultations and diagnosis at a health center in Oslo].
The purpose of this study was both to ascertain the extent to which Pakistanis, compared with Norwegians, consult a doctor and to discover possible differences in the type of diagnosis received by… Expand
[Chronic pain--everything we do is not wrong].