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Psychological variables associated with plantar heel pain

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Mar 25, 2014.

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    Psychological variables associated with foot function and foot pain in patients with plantar heel pain
    Matthew P. Cotchett, Glen Whittaker, Bircan Erbas
    Clinical Rheumatology March 2014
     
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    Psychological Factors and Personality Traits Associated With Patients in Chronic Foot and Ankle Pain
    Deepak Gubbi Shivarathre, FRCS (Orth); Nicholas Howard, MRCS; Sowmya Krishna, MRCPsych; Chris Cowan, MBChB; Simon R. Platt, FRCS (Orth)
    Foot & Ankle International October 9, 2014
     
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    Depression, Anxiety, and Stress in People With and Without Plantar Heel Pain
    Matthew Cotchett, Shannon E. Munteanu, Karl B. Landorf
    Foot & Ankle International May 2, 2016
     
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    The association between pain catastrophising and kinesiophobia with pain and function in people with plantar heel pain
    Matthew Cotchett, PhD, Angus Lennecke, B.Pod, Virginia G. Medica, B.Pod, Glen A. Whittaker, B.Pod (Hons), Daniel R. Bonanno, B.Pod
    The Foot; 20 March 2017
     
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