Pain coping skills training for patients with elevated pain catastrophizing who are scheduled for knee arthroplasty: a quasi-experimental study.

@article{Riddle2011PainCS,
  title={Pain coping skills training for patients with elevated pain catastrophizing who are scheduled for knee arthroplasty: a quasi-experimental study.},
  author={Daniel L Riddle and Francis J. Keefe and William T Nay and Daphne McKee and David E. Attarian and Mark P Jensen},
  journal={Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation},
  year={2011},
  volume={92 6},
  pages={859-65}
}
OBJECTIVES To (1) describe a behavioral intervention designed for patients with elevated pain catastrophizing who are scheduled for knee arthroplasty, and (2) use a quasi-experimental design to evaluate the potential efficacy of the intervention on pain severity, catastrophizing cognitions, and disability. DESIGN Quasi-experimental nonequivalent control group design with a 2-month follow-up. SETTING Two university-based orthopedic surgery departments. PARTICIPANTS Adults (N=63) scheduled… CONTINUE READING
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