Self-perception as embodied knowledge – changing processes for patients with chronic pain

@article{ien2009SelfperceptionAE,
  title={Self-perception as embodied knowledge – changing processes for patients with chronic pain},
  author={Aud Marie {\O}ien and M. R{\aa}heim and S. Iversen and S. Steihaug},
  journal={Advances in Physiotherapy},
  year={2009},
  volume={11},
  pages={121 - 129}
}
  • Aud Marie Øien, M. Råheim, +1 author S. Steihaug
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Advances in Physiotherapy
  • The study's purpose was to explore change and perception of change related to patients with chronic back and/or neck pain through treatment courses of Norwegian psychomotor physiotherapy. A multiple case synthesis of nine cases, nine patients and five physiotherapists, was based on in-depth interviews and repeated video-recordings. Patients wrote reflective notes. In order to study changing processes within and over sessions a two-step procedure was applied: identifying main changing patterns… CONTINUE READING
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