Change in adolescent and parental emotional behavior determines long-term outcomes for adolescents with chronic pain following interdisciplinary pain management program

Chronic pain in adolescents is a serious issue that can lead to decreased social interactions, school absences, and impaired academic performance. In addition to physiologic, psychologic, and social factors, parental anxiety is believed to contribute to the development and maintenance of chronic pain. Retrospectively, we examined the charts of 144 patients, ages 8 –18, with various chronic pain conditions and placed them into one of six diagnostic groups: complex regional pain syndrome, abdominal pain, back pain, hypermobility, headache, and fibromyalgia.
Source: The Journal of Pain - Category: Materials Science Authors: Source Type: research

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