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'I can't see any reason for stopping doing anything, but I might have to do it differently'--restoring hope to patients with persistent non-specific low back pain--a qualitative study.

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PURPOSE: To explore the differences in narrative between patients with persistent non-specific low back pain (PLBP) who benefited from a pain management programme, and those who did not benefit. METHOD: We conducted interviews with 20 patients attending a pain management programme; prior to attending the programme, immediately following the programme and at one year. Our analysis focused on a theoretical sample of patients who either described dramatic life improvements at one year, and who ...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Journal:
Disability and rehabilitation
Volume:
34
Issue:
11
Pages:
894-903
Publication date:
2012
DOI:
EISSN:
1464-5165
ISSN:
0963-8288
URN:
uuid:20e9e4a5-2aaa-4c83-8c70-9fc8dc29e2d9
Source identifiers:
329041
Local pid:
pubs:329041

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