Pretreatment anxiety and pain acceptance are associated with response to trigger point injection therapy for chronic myofascial pain.

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BACKGROUND AND AIM This study examined the psychosocial profile of patients who responded or did not respond to trigger point injection therapy for chronic myofascial pain. METHODS Seventy one patients with a diagnosis of chronic myofascial pain of the paraspinous muscles completed a pretreatment questionnaire measuring demographic and social factors, and… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/pme.12781

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@article{Healy2015PretreatmentAA, title={Pretreatment anxiety and pain acceptance are associated with response to trigger point injection therapy for chronic myofascial pain.}, author={Gerard M. Healy and David P. Finn and David A O'Gorman and Chris Maharaj and Miriam N Raftery and Nancy Ruane and C. A. Mitchell and Kiran M. Sarma and Marek Bohacek and Brian E McGuire}, journal={Pain medicine}, year={2015}, volume={16 10}, pages={1955-66} }