A Prospective Study of Factors Affecting Recovery from Musculoskeletal Injuries

@article{BoothKewley2013APS,
  title={A Prospective Study of Factors Affecting Recovery from Musculoskeletal Injuries},
  author={Stephanie Booth-Kewley and Emily A Schmied and Robyn M. Highfill-McRoy and Todd C. Sander and Steve J. Blivin and Cedric F. Garland},
  journal={Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation},
  year={2013},
  volume={24},
  pages={287-296}
}
Purpose Research suggests the importance of psychosocial factors in recovery from musculoskeletal injuries. The objective of this study was to identify predictors of recovery among U.S. Marines who had musculoskeletal injuries of the back, knee, or shoulder. Methods A sample of 134 participants was assessed at baseline and followed for 1 year to determine outcome information. Results The strongest predictor of injury recovery at the 1-year follow-up was recovery expectations. In a multivariate… Expand
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