Low Back Pain: Prognosis & Patient Beliefs / 1 Credit

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Learning Objectives:

  1. Review the existing literature on the role of catastrophizing as a prognostic factor in acute, subacute and chronic low back pain
  2. Explore low back pain patient expectations, experiences, and preferences surrounding exercise
  3. Determine whether psychological or social factors add predictive value to biomedical factors known to be associated with a better or worse outcome in spinal pain patients
  4. Analyze how beliefs and perceptions present in individuals with acute and chronic low back pain influence the perceived threat associated with their condition
  5. Examine the extent and quality of the evidence on clinical examination findings as prognostic factors for acute, recurrent, or chronic low back pain
Course Reviews: 
  1. Catastrophizing as a Prognostic Factor in Patients with LBP – Systematic Review +MP3
  2. Patient Beliefs & Perceptions of Exercise for Chronic Low Back Pain +MP3
  3. Psychosocial Factors Do Not Improve Predictive Models in Spinal Pain v
  4. Patient Attitudes & Beliefs Related to Low Back Pain +MP3
  5. Clinical Examination Findings as Prognostic Factors in LBP – Systematic Review +MP3
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