Pain Science and Sensibility Episode 1: Self-efficacy and Fear of Movement in Chronic Back Pain

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In the first ever episode of the Pain Science and Sensibility Podcast Sandy and Cory explore a recent research article on self-efficacy and fear of movement and how they mediate changes in pain and/or disability in chronic back pain populations. They discuss how these findings apply to the clinic and Cory tries to convince Sandy to open a pizza place in her clinic.

Self-efficacy is more important than fear of movement in mediating the relationship between pain and disability in chronic low back pain.
Costa Lda C, Maher CG, McAuley JH, Hancock MJ, Smeets RJ.
Eur J Pain. 2011 Feb;15(2):213-9.

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Music by Kevin MacLeod –
Intro – Brandenburg No4 and Meatball Parade
Close – Meatball Parade

Photo credit: Sarah Joy via Flickr

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