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Pain is popular among working population and it is a strong predictor of poor quality of life. In this study, an internet-delivered pain education program will be provided to working adults aims at helping patients equip with pain-related knowledge and useful skills and evaluate the effectiveness of the internet-delivered program. Participants will be recruited follow snowball sampling and will be randomly allocated to experimental group and control group by 1:1 ratio. The inte...
Chronic pain (pain that is that is present for a long period of time) is very common among people with spinal cord injury (SCI). The purpose of this study is to compare how well two different web-based education programs reduce the level to which chronic pain interferes with daily activities and well-being.
This research seeks to develop an internet-based program to help teenagers manage pain at home using a variety of techniques from physiotherapy, medicine, psychology and nursing. This study uses interviews to investigate what content and features teenagers and their parents want to see in an online intervention for managing chronic pain in teenagers.
Chronic low back pain interventions may include exercises, manual therapy, health education, and pain education, strategies based on psychological or behavioral change approaches, as well as biopsychosocial interventions. Pain self-management programs basically aim to engage the participant in activities, stimulating the patient to be more active in life and live despite the pain. However, pain neuroscience education is a new approach recognized as therapeutic patient education...
The study is evaluating an intervention consisting of a five week online mindfulness program for patients being referred to the Pain Clinic and triaged to eConsult. A pain specialist will be in contact with the patient's family physician to confirm it's appropriate and then a therapist will initiate contact with the patient to assess eligibility. The therapist will be a registered health professional with experience with patients with chronic health problems and will be support...
This is a 10-month internet-based randomized controlled trial to evaluate whether an online chronic pain management program ("E-Health") can assist with reduced opioid reliance in chronic pain patients. About half of the eligible participants will receive access to the E-Health program in addition to their standard chronic pain treatment; the other half will just continue receiving their standard chronic pain treatment.
In last decade, the awareness has grown regarding the pain neuroscience education (PNE). In the literature, it has been found that there is strong evidence that the educational strategy of pain neuroscience education (PNE) can have positive effects on pain, disability, catastrophization, and physical performance in chronic musculoskeletal disorders. Nowadays, many physiotherapists integrate the PNE into the treatment of chronic pain. However, the importance of culturally sensit...
According to the WHO, therapeutic education is intended to help patients acquire or maintain the skills they need to optimally manage living with a chronic disease. Low back pain is frequent and therapeutic education could be a promising option. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the impact of a therapeutic education program for patients suffering from low back pain.
Education of pain physiology is described as an educational session or sessions describing the neurobiology and neurophysiology of pain, and pain processing by the nervous system. There is compelling evidence that an educational strategy addressing neurophysiology and neurobiology of pain can have a positive effect on pain, disability, catastrophization, and physical performance in chronic musculoskeletal pain disorders. Although pain physiology education has been studied in pa...
The cognitive educational strategies such as neuroscience pain education, has been a popular and promising technique for treatment patients with chronic pain. However, there are not sufficient randomized controlled and blinded studies to explore clinical effectiveness of these techniques. Therefore, the aim of this study was determining the short- and mid-term effects of neuroscience pain education combined with manual therapy and home exercise on pain level, disability, and ki...
Although education on neurophysiology of pain improves disability, there are limited effects in pain intensity. Hypnosis is an approach that has proven useful in pain intensity and psychosocial aspects in some chronic pain conditions, but there is insufficient evidence of its contribution in patients with chronic non specific low back pain. The aim of the study is to assess the efficacy of combining education on neurophysiology of pain and hypnosis in patients with chronic non ...
The primary aim of this study is to compare the effects of an exercise program based on movement control exercises associated with self-management advice (SME) or pain neuroscience education (PNE) on the outcomes of pain intensity and pain disability in patients with chronic non-specific low back pain (CLBP).
One in five Canadians currently lives with chronic pain and the prevalence is expected to increase 70% by 2025 due to the aging population. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy ("ACT") is a promising treatment for chronic pain and self-help psychological interventions can improved access to validated intervention. This study aims to evaluate the effectiveness and change processes of a web-based intervention program with minimal therapeutic contact, compared to a bibliotherapy and ...
The main purpose of this pilot single blind randomised controlled trial is to assess the effects of exercise and education program on pain and functional disability in rural Nigerian community-dwelling individuals with chronic nonspecific LBP (CNLBP).
The purpose of this study is to obtain imaging biomarkers based on changes in activity patterns and changes in brain connectivity obtained with the analysis of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and tractography that are related to chronic pelvic pain
This project will work to increase knowledge about the utility of a website for management of chronic pain, Our Whole Lives (OWL). It will do so by examining barriers and facilitators to patient use. In order to gather this information, the investigators will conduct a Science Cafe with 30 individuals (including participants with chronic pain, who have family members with chronic pain or are a stakeholder in the chronic pain community) to gather feedback about how to tailor the...
Manual therapy are among the therapeutic approaches frequently used in chronic low back pain (CLBP). Although most clinicians conduct patient education according biomedical model of pain, a relatively new approach which is referred to as neuroscience pain education (NPE) is promising in patients with CLBP. Therefore the aim of this study was to investigate whether NPE in patients with CLBP who treated via manual therapy technique will produce different outcomes in terms of pain...
This project aims to study the effectiveness of a pain education program in the improvement of chronic pain and disability/impairment. Assuming the definition established in the United States in 1975 on the fourth working group of the National Conference on Preventive Medicine: "Health education must be a process that informs, motivates and helps people to adopt and maintain practices and healthy lifestyles, environmental advocates changes necessary to facilitate these objectiv...
to compare the effects on pain, disability and psychological factors of the combination of MTrP dry needling and pain neuroscience education to MTrPs dry needing alone and control electrotherapy usual care in patients with chronic neck pain.
The aim of the present study is to value the effectiveness of an Eye-Cervical Re-education Program (ECRP) to decrease pain and increase mobility in the cervical area compared to a Combined Physiotherapy Protocol (CPP) in patients with chronic neck pain symptoms.
This study evaluates the effects of a pain neuroscience education (PNE) and physical exercise (PE) program in patients with chronic back pain. Half of participants receive PNE and PE program supervised by a physiotherapist and the other half receive usual physiotherapy care supported by physiotherapy protocols in primary care.
The purpose of this randomized pragmatic clinical trial is to assess the effectiveness of the association of the osteopathic manipulative treatment in individuals with chronic non-specific neck pain who receive a exercice program and pain neurocience education.
The primary objectives of this study are to: - Evaluate recruitment procedures and adherence rates; - Evaluate the ability to understand the concepts of pain neurophysiology; - Evaluate the acceptability of an intervention program based on pain neuroscience education and exercise by institutionalized older adults and the institutions where they are.
This study will evaluate the sustainability of pain and functional outcomes along with return to opioid use in a population of patients that successfully completed a comprehensive interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program. In addition, this study will compare outcomes sustainability and return to opioid use between pain program graduates who receive post discharge self-management resources consisting of a DVD with videos of recommended flexibility practice (standard of care...
The investigators seek to understand the preferences, goals, and perspectives of patients with chronic pain and their health care providers (HCPs) to create a patient-centered decision support tool. This tool, aimed at patients and HCPs, should improve patient-provider communication and chronic pain management. The investigators' long-term goal is to improve the quality of life of patients with chronic pain. The investigators target adults with chronic unremitting pain and HCPs...