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Back to BacksTrent Occupational Medicine Symposium
UHL and NUH
6th October 2011
Population based intervention to change back pain beliefs and disability:three part evaluation
Rachelle Buchbinder et al
BMJ no 7301 23 June 2001
Adams et al 2006
Symptom not a disease
cause unexplained in 85%
data are self-reported - questionnaires:
tell us about how people experience LBP
different questions give different numbers
Consequences more of a problem than symptoms
Low back pain is a common complaint among adolescents.
similar pattern to adults
Twins studies, controlling for environmental (occupational) factors:
70% of disc degeneration associated with genetic factors
Heritability of back pain possibly >50%
Muscle strength and level of fitness have little influence
Societal burden equal to depression, heart diseases or diabetes
Production loss (due to absenteeism and disability) far greatest impact
Is there a right treatment for a particular patient group? Comparison of ordinary treatment, light multidisciplinary treatment, and extensive multidisciplinary treatment for long-term sick-listed employees with musculoskeletal pain. Pain 2002 95: 49-63. EM Haland Haldorsen et al.
Carter & Birrell 2000: www.facoccmed.ac.uk
Age >= 5077 71
Previous cancer31 98
Unexplained weight loss15 94
Failure to improve 1/1231 90
No relief in bed>90 46
Tackling Musculoskeletal Problems
a guide for clinic and workplace
identifying obstacles using the psychosocial flags framework
Kendall, Burton, Main, & Watson: TSO Books, 2009 www.tsoshop.co.uk/flags
Questions to ask
When you are in pain do you think it is terrible and will never get better?
Does pain feel overwhelming to you?
SPINE Volume 36, Number 21S, pp S1–S9October 2011
Chronic Low Back Pain
A Heterogeneous Condition With Challenges for an Evidence-Based Approach