Cognitive-behavioral therapy & exercise vs. exercise-only for chronic neck pain outcomes
Does adding cognitive-behavioural physiotherapy to exercise improve outcome in patients with chronic neck pain? A randomised controlled trialPhysiotherapy. 2016 Jun;102(2):170-7
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57 patients with chronic neck pain (CNP) were randomized to undergo either a progressive neck exercise program (PNEP) or interactive behavioral modification therapy (IBMT). The purpose of this study was to determine whether the addition of cognitive-behavioral (CB) principles to a standardized exercise regimen would provide greater pain and disability reduction compared to an exercise regimen with...
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