Demanding treatment processes in Norwegian psychomotor physiotherapy: From the physiotherapists’ perspectives

  title={Demanding treatment processes in Norwegian psychomotor physiotherapy: From the physiotherapists’ perspectives},
  author={Tove Dragesund and Aud Marie {\O}ien},
  journal={Physiotherapy Theory and Practice},
  pages={833 - 842}
  • Tove Dragesund, Aud Marie Øien
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • Physiotherapy Theory and Practice
  • ABSTRACT Long-lasting musculoskeletal pain may be understood as the embodiment of bio-psycho-social strain. A combined theoretical perspective of biomedicine, physiotherapy and phenomenology may make these painproblems more comprehensible for the therapist. Norwegian psychomotor physiotherapy is one treatment approach applied on patients with long-lasting musculoskeletal pain. The approach is process-oriented, and can be long-term, complex and demanding. To explore this issue, we employed a… CONTINUE READING
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