Simone Gantz

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  • Corinna Schroeter, Johannes C. Ehrenthal, Martina Giulini, Eva Neubauer, Simone Gantz, Dorothee Amelung +2 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND Attachment insecurity relates to the onset and course of chronic pain via dysfunctional reactions to pain. However, few studies have investigated the proportion of insecure attachment styles in different pain conditions, and results regarding associations between attachment, pain severity, and disability in chronic pain are inconsistent. This(More)
INTRODUCTION Patients with chronic low back pain (cLBP) have high rates of comorbid psychiatric disorders, mainly depression. Recent evidence suggests that depressive symptoms and pain, as interacting factors, have an effect on the circulating levels of inflammatory markers relevant to coronary artery disease. Our previous work showed a higher serum level(More)
Restrictions in range of motion of the upper extremity are common in patients with unilateral cerebral palsy (CP). The purpose of this study was to investigate movement deviations of the upper extremity in children with unilateral CP by means of 3D motion capture as well as by the use of easy to use scores and questionnaires (MACS, MRC, MAS, ABILHAND-Kids).(More)
Trendelenburg walking pattern is a common finding in various disorders, including cerebral palsy (CP), where it is seen in children and adults. Clinically, this deviation is viewed as a consequence of hip abductor weakness resulting in pelvic obliquity. Trunk lean to the ipsilateral side is a common compensatory mechanism to counteract pelvic obliquity and(More)
Die Identification of cognitive deficits may contribute to the therapy success. The present study compares cognitive function of patients with chronic low back pain (cLBP) before and after multidisciplinary pain therapy (MDTP). 32 patients with cLBP and 25 healthy controls were assessed with the Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB).(More)
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