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The psychological features of patellofemoral pain

Discussion in 'Biomechanics, Sports and Foot orthoses' started by NewsBot, Mar 20, 2017.

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    The psychological features of patellofemoral pain: a systematic review
    Liam R. Maclachlan, Natalie J. Collins, Mark L.G. Matthews, Paul W. Hodges, Bill Vicenzino
    Br J Sports Med Published Online First: 20 March 2017. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2016-096705
     
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    The experience of living with
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    and fear-avoidance: a UK qualitative
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    Benjamin E Smith et al
    BMJ Open 2018;8:e018624. doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2017-018624
     
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    The psychological features of patellofemoral pain: a cross-sectional study
    Liam R. Maclachlan et al
    Scandinavian Journal of Pain: 2018-03-30
     
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    Role of kinesiophobia on pain, disability and quality of life in people suffering from chronic musculoskeletal pain: a systematic review
    Alejandro Luque-Suarez, Javier Martinez-Calderon, Deborah Falla
    Br J Sports Med Published Online First: 17 April 2018
     
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    Quality of life in individuals with patellofemoral pain: A systematic review including meta-analysis
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    Phys Ther Sport Article in Press
     
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    Implications Of Knee Crepitus To The Overall Clinical Presentation Of Women With And Without Patellofemoral Pain
    Danilode Oliveira Silva et al
    Physical Therapy in Sport; 17 July 2018
     
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    Psychologically-informed education video reduces maladaptive beliefs in adolescents with patellofemoral joint dysfunction
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    Physical Therapy in Sport; 31 October 2019
     
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    Psychological and pain sensitisation characteristics are associated with patellofemoral osteoarthritis symptoms: The Multicenter Osteoarthritis Study
    Natalie J. Collins, Tuhina Neogi, Bill Vicenzino, Ali Guermazi, Frank W. Roemer, Cora E. Lewis, James C. Torner, Michael C. Nevitt and Joshua J. Stefanik
    The Journal of Rheumatology March 2020
     
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    Psychological and pain profiles in persons with patellofemoral pain as the primary symptom
    Liam R. Maclachlan Natalie J. Collins Paul W. Hodges Bill Vicenzino
    28 March 2020
     
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    Psychological and pain profiles in persons with patellofemoral pain as the primary symptom
    Liam R. Maclachlan Natalie J. Collins Paul W. Hodges Bill Vicenzino
    EJP: 28 March 2020
     
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    KINESIOPHOBIA IS RELATED TO BRAIN ACTIVITY FOR KNEE MOTOR CONTROL IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS WITH PATELLOFEMORAL PAIN
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    The Impact of Psychological Factors on Adolescents
    with Anterior Knee Pain

    Mitchell Selhorst
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    Nova Southeastern University
     
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    Pain and disability in women with patellofemoral pain relates to kinesiophobia, but not to patellofemoral joint loading variables
    Danilo De Oliveira Silva et al
    Scand J Med Sci Sports. 2020 Jul 9
     
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    Adolescent Psychological Beliefs but Not Parent Beliefs Associated with Pain and Function in Adolescents with Patellofemoral Pain.
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    Physical Therapy in Sport; 23 July 2020
     
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