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Self-management support for people with non-specific low back pain: A qualitative survey among physiotherapists and exercise therapists.

Self-management support for people with non-specific low back pain: A qualitative survey among physiotherapists and exercise therapists.

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BACKGROUND: Low back pain (LBP) is a major problem across the globe and is the leading cause worldwide of years lost to disability. Self-management is considered an important component the treatment of people with non-specific LBP. However, it seems that the self-management support for people with non-specific LBP provided by physiotherapists can be improved. Moreover, the way exercise therapists (ET) address self-management in practice is unknown. The aim of this study was to investigate the ideas, opinions and methods used by physiotherapists and ET with regard to self-management and providing self-management support to patients with non-specific LBP. METHODS: This study was a qualitative survey. An online questionnaire with open-ended questions was developed. The survey was conducted among physiotherapists and ET working in the Netherlands. Data was analysed using thematic analysis. RESULTS: Respondents considered self-management support an important topic in physiotherapy and exercise therapy for people with non-specific LBP. In the self-management support provided by the respondents, providing information and advice were frequently mentioned. The topics included in the support given by the respondents covered a broad range of important factors. The topics frequently focused on biomechanical factors. The majority of respondents had a need with regard to self-management or providing self-management support. These needs include having more knowledge, skills and tools aimed at facilitating self-management. CONCLUSION: The way physiotherapists and ET address self-management in people with non-specific LBP is not optimal and should be improved.

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OrganisatieHogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen
LectoraatArbeid en Gezondheid
Werkzame Factoren in Fysiotherapie en Paramedisch Handelen
Gepubliceerd inMusculoskeletal Science and Practice Vol. 50, Pagina: 102269
Jaar2020
TypeArtikel
ISSN2468-8630
DOI20.500.12470/1968
TaalOnbekend

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