Development Of A Prognostic Model For Patients With Shoulder Complaints In Physical Therapist Practice

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Murphy D, Hurwitz E. A theoretical model for the development of a diagnosis-based clinical decision rule for the management of patients with spinal pain. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders2007, 8:75 Three Diagnostic Questions when Addressing a Patient The first question of diagnosis: Are the patient's symptoms reflective of a visceral disorder or a

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Karel YHJM, Verhagen AP, Thoomes-de Graaf M, et al. Development of a prognostic model for patients with shoulder complaints in physical therapist practice. Phys Ther

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referral if necessary). Patients in the early intervention program participated in a visit with a physician and one or more sessions with a physical therapist. In addition, this program included an activity training component, a focus on healthy behaviors, and maintenance of usual daily activities. Although the intervention participants did

Development of a prognostic model for patients with shoulder

6 patients can visit the physiotherapist without a referral since 2006 and 41% of patients 7 in physiotherapy care used direct access 5in 2013. 8 9 Examining patients with shoulder pain is complex because history taking and physical 10 examination have limited validity for diagnosing the patho-anatomical origin of 11 symptoms.

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recent study the Flemish version was used in a prognostic cohort study for development of a prognostic model in patients with shoulder complaints (Karel et al., 2016). In that study the therapeutic alliance was an important prognostic factor, but a major limitation was the large amount of missing data (78%).

Novel approach towards musculoskeletal phenotypes

with shoulder pain as the main complaint could also have complaints of less intensity in other body regions, but ac-cording to the treating therapist not as extensive to be classi-fied as multisite/complex. The physiotherapists categorized the patients in the four pain groups during the consultation,

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options for individual patients. 6 Keywords: Neck pain, Manual therapy, Physical therapy, Treatment outcome expectancy, Locus of control, Fear avoidance beliefs INTRODUCTION Neck pain is an important individual, social and economic health problem. As neck pain ranks fourth worldwide as a cause of Years Lived with Disability 1,it is clinically

Development and validation of the Working Alliance Inventory

a prognostic cohort study for development of a prog-nostic model in patients with shoulder complaints (Karel et al., 2016). In that study the therapeutic alliance was an important prognostic factor, but a major limitation was the large amount of missing data (78%). Missing values may occur when a measurement instrument is used in

OUTPATIENT REHABILITATION FOR A PATIENT WITH CHRONIC LOW BACK

physical therapy treatment for 5 sessions for outpatient physical therapy over a 6-week period. Treatment was provided by a student physical therapist under the supervision of a licensed physical therapist. The patient was evaluated at the initial encounter with the Patient-Specific