Treatment and the process of care in musculoskeletal conditions: A multidisciplinary perspective and integration

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Authors: Foster, N.E., Pincus, T., Underwood, M., Vogel, S., Breen, A. and Harding, G.

Journal: Orthop Clin North Am

Volume: 34

Issue: 2

Pages: 239-244

ISSN: 0030-5898

Chronic musculoskeletal pain for which there is not an obvious underlying physical cause is one of the most common reasons for long-term disability. There is a need to develop better ways of managing these problems. Improving the understanding of the basis for decision making, the processes of care, and the beliefs and expectations of patients and health care professionals seems as fundamental as basic laboratory science is to understanding inflammatory arthopathies. Little is known about the beliefs and expectations of patients and health care professionals, nor the multitude of factors such as traditions within professional groups, education, and language that professionals use in decision making. When better understanding of these factors and the mismatch between professionals and patients is achieved, then theoretical frameworks, treatment approaches, and the education of professionals in appropriate management will be improved.

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Authors: Foster, N.E., Pincus, T., Underwood, M., Vogel, S., Breen, A. and Harding, G.

Journal: Orthopedic Clinics of North America

Volume: 34

Issue: 2

Pages: 239-244

ISSN: 0030-5898

DOI: 10.1016/S0030-5898(03)00011-7

Chronic musculoskeletal pain for which there is not an obvious underlying physical cause is one of the most common reasons for long-term disability. There is a need to develop better ways of managing these problems. Improving the understanding of the basis for decision making, the processes of care, and the beliefs and expectations of patients and health care professionals seems as fundamental as basic laboratory science is to understanding inflammatory arthopathies. Little is known about the beliefs and expectations of patients and health care professionals, nor the multitude of factors such as traditions within professional groups, education, and language that professionals use in decision making. When better understanding of these factors and the mismatch between professionals and patients is achieved, then theoretical frameworks, treatment approaches, and the education of professionals in appropriate management will be improved.

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Authors: Foster, N.E., Pincus, T., Underwood, M., Vogel, S., Breen, A. and Harding, G.

Journal: ORTHOPEDIC CLINICS OF NORTH AMERICA

Volume: 34

Issue: 2

Pages: 239-+

eISSN: 1558-1373

ISSN: 0030-5898

DOI: 10.1016/S0030-5898(03)00011-7

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Authors: Foster, N.E., Pincus, T., Underwood, M., Vogel, S., Breen, A. and Harding, G.

Journal: The Orthopedic clinics of North America

Volume: 34

Issue: 2

Pages: 239-244

eISSN: 1558-1373

ISSN: 0030-5898

Chronic musculoskeletal pain for which there is not an obvious underlying physical cause is one of the most common reasons for long-term disability. There is a need to develop better ways of managing these problems. Improving the understanding of the basis for decision making, the processes of care, and the beliefs and expectations of patients and health care professionals seems as fundamental as basic laboratory science is to understanding inflammatory arthopathies. Little is known about the beliefs and expectations of patients and health care professionals, nor the multitude of factors such as traditions within professional groups, education, and language that professionals use in decision making. When better understanding of these factors and the mismatch between professionals and patients is achieved, then theoretical frameworks, treatment approaches, and the education of professionals in appropriate management will be improved.

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