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۱Multidisciplinary lifestyle behavioral management in patients with knee osteoarthritis: a randomized controlled study from Iran
اطلاعات انتشار: International Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain prevention، اول،شماره۲، Spring ۲۰۱۶، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۸
Background: This study aimed to assess lifestyle behavioral management in patients with Knee osteoarthritis among Iranian patients up to 6 months. Settings and Design. Methods and Material: In this educational controlled trial study, 130 eligible participants took part in control group (n = 66) and received just prescribed medications, or intervention group (n=64) who received the lifestyle behavioral management plus medication. The program invol­ved three two–hour and two one – hour group sessions over a one– week period. Data based on demographic characteristics and risky behaviors questionnaire as well as Functional Knee Assess­ment Test (FKAT) were collected at initial, 3–, and 6 – month follow ups and analyzed by using SPSS 18. Results: Of 130 participants, five individuals from intervention and eight individuals from control group were excluded over 6 months. Totally, 117 eligible participants in two groups of intervention (n=59), and control (n=58) completed the study. The mean age of participants in intervention and control group at base line was 59.03±6.13 and 57.85±9.31 years respectively. Despite being the same at initial time (P>0.05), Repeated Measure ANOVA test showed significantly better improved disability in intervention group over time (P0.001). Compared with control group, preventive behaviors were improved significantly in intervention group (P0.05) Of 130 participants, five individuals from interv­ention and eight individuals from control group were excluded over 6 months. Totally, 117 eligible participants in two groups of intervention (n=59), and control (n=58) completed the study. The mean age of participants in intervention and control group at base line was 59.03±6.13 and 57.85±9.31 years respectively. Despite being the same at initial time (P>0.05), Repeated Measure ANOVA test showed significantly better improved disability in intervention group over time (P0.001). Compared with control group, preventive behaviors were improved significantly in intervention group (P0.05) Conclusions: This study revealed that the multidisciplinary program could significantly reduce risky behaviors and disability up to six months in interv­ention group. Thus, due to lack of lifestyle behavioral management in health care system of Iran, to embedding this program into clinical practice for managing knee OA pain is recommended.

۲Treatment of Low Back Pain: Extended Follow Up of an Original Trial Comparing a Multidisciplinary Group–based Rehabilitation Program with Oral Drug Treatment alone up to 36 months
اطلاعات انتشار: International Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain prevention، اول،شماره۳، Summer ۲۰۱۶، سال
تعداد صفحات: ۸
Mini abstract: This study is an extended follow up of the original trial study (NCT00600197) that has been published in the clinical journal of pain. This trial aimed to explore if the proposed multidisciplinary program could improve quality of life and disability of the patients suffering from chronic low back up to 36 months. Methods and Material: In this Clinical Randomized trial seventy percent (139 of 197) of the participants who had taken part in the original study including 66 patients in intervention group and 73 patients in control group were followed up to 36 months after intervention. The intervention group continued receiving monthly motivational consultation and booster classes plus oral medication but the other group received just medication. Data on measures of Short Form 36 (SF– 36), Quebec Disability Scale (QDS) and Ronald Morris Disability (RDQ) were collected at 3–,6– 12–, 18– 24–, 30–. and 36 – month follow ups and analyzed through RMANOVA. Results: The 2 groups were comparable regarding all baseline characteristics (P>0.05), except for education level that was better in intervention group (P = 0.01). Two groups were improved regarding all studied variables over time up to 36 month (P0.001) Moreover, the intervention group in comparison with the control group had consistently better outcomes regarding all variables. There were no significant differences within each group by time in terms of all variables (P0.05). Conclusions: The proposed multidisciplinary program could improve quality of life and disability up to 36 months in chronic low back pain patients. Key – Words: This study revealed the designed multidisciplinary program compared with medication group could reduce back pain up to 36–months among patients suffering from Chronic Low Back Pain. This study showed the multidisciplinary program compared with medication group could reduce disability up to 36–months among patients suffering from Chronic Low Back Pain. In total, the quality of life of patients who took part in multidisciplinary program would be improved better than medication group over 36– month follow up.
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