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Interventions to improve adherence to exercise for chronic musculoskeletal pain in adults

Creator:

Jordan, J. L., Foster, N. E., Holden, M. A. and Mason, E.

Subject Keywords: Chronic musculoskeletal pain, Physical activity, Therapy
Set: Back pain
Chronic Conditions
Conditions
Type: Article
Region: International (other)
Description:

The objectives of the intervention are: To systematically search, critically appraise and summarise all randomised or quasi-randomised controlled trials pertaining to the efficacy and effectiveness of interventions targeting adherence to exercise therapy in adults, 18 years or over, with chronic musculoskeletal pain. Specific objectives are to: 1) Identify randomised and quasi-randomised controlled trials measuring the effect of strategies to improve exercise adherence in chronic musculoskeletal pain. 2) Critically appraise and assess the quality of the included studies 3) Describe the range of interventions aimed at improving exercise adherence in chronic musculoskeletal pain. 4) Assess the effectiveness of these interventions on adherence itself, clinical outcomes (pain, functional disability, psychological well-being) and health care outcomes (health care use, cost). 3) Describe in a narrative summary the features of the interventions which appear to be most effective in improving adherence to exercise therapy in chronic musculoskeletal pain.

Date:

19/04/2006

Rights: © The Cochrane Collaboration
Suggested citation:

Jordan, J. L., Foster, N. E., Holden, M. A. and Mason, E.. (2006) Interventions to improve adherence to exercise for chronic musculoskeletal pain in adults [Online]. Available from: http://www.thehealthwell.info/node/4404 [Accessed: 14th August 2018].

  

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