Transition from acute to chronic pain and disability: A model including cognitive, affective, and trauma factors

@article{Casey2008TransitionFA,
  title={Transition from acute to chronic pain and disability: A model including cognitive, affective, and trauma factors},
  author={C. Y. Casey and Melanie A. Greenberg and P. Nicassio and R. Harpin and D. Hubbard},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2008},
  volume={134},
  pages={69-79}
}
  • C. Y. Casey, Melanie A. Greenberg, +2 authors D. Hubbard
  • Published 2008
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Pain
  • &NA; This study evaluated a theoretically and empirically based model of the progression of acute neck and back pain to chronic pain and disability, developed from the literature in chronic pain, cognition, and stress and trauma. Clinical information and standardized psychosocial measures of cumulative traumatic events exposure (TLEQ), depressed mood (CES‐D), pain (DDS), physical disability (PDI), and pain beliefs (PBPI) were collected at baseline from 84 acute back pain patients followed at an… CONTINUE READING
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