Physiotherapeutische Befunderhebung bei „chronic pelvic pain syndrome“

Physiotherapeutische Befunderhebung bei „chronic pelvic pain syndrome“ create a tool for clinical use, research and assessment of myofascial findings. Functional Background. The chronic pelvic pain interprofessional communication. capacity, breathing movements as well syndrome (CPPS) can be associated with phy- Material and methods. Based on an as scars and regions of pain are recorded. siotherapeutic findings. An interprofessional explorative literature search and an expert A manual for the assessment protocol was approach is recommended for patients with consensus, the first version of the instrument developed as accompanying material. CPPS; however, no standardized physiothe- was developed as part of a specialized Conclusion. The developed instrument rapeutic assessment and documentation outpatient clinic. This version was applied provides for the first time a physiotherapeutic instrument for specific physiotherapeutic clinically for 13 months, edited and finalized assessment tool for patients with CPPS for assessments exist, which is not only the after another expert consensus. interprofessional clinical and scientific use. foundation for physiotherapy but also for Results. The developed instrument Physical interprofessional communication. Therapy Assessment for Chronic Pelvic Pain Keywords Objective. The aim was the development of Syndrome (PTA-CPPS) lists external and Chronic pelvic pain syndrome · Physiotherapy · a physiotherapeutic assessment instrument internal groups of muscles for a systematic Trigger points http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Der Schmerz Springer Journals

Physiotherapeutische Befunderhebung bei „chronic pelvic pain syndrome“

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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2018 by Deutsche Schmerzgesellschaft e.V. Published by Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH, ein Teil von Springer Nature - all rights reserved
Subject
Medicine & Public Health; Pain Medicine; Anesthesiology; Chiropractic Medicine; Psychotherapy
ISSN
0932-433X
eISSN
1432-2129
D.O.I.
10.1007/s00482-018-0293-7
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Abstract

create a tool for clinical use, research and assessment of myofascial findings. Functional Background. The chronic pelvic pain interprofessional communication. capacity, breathing movements as well syndrome (CPPS) can be associated with phy- Material and methods. Based on an as scars and regions of pain are recorded. siotherapeutic findings. An interprofessional explorative literature search and an expert A manual for the assessment protocol was approach is recommended for patients with consensus, the first version of the instrument developed as accompanying material. CPPS; however, no standardized physiothe- was developed as part of a specialized Conclusion. The developed instrument rapeutic assessment and documentation outpatient clinic. This version was applied provides for the first time a physiotherapeutic instrument for specific physiotherapeutic clinically for 13 months, edited and finalized assessment tool for patients with CPPS for assessments exist, which is not only the after another expert consensus. interprofessional clinical and scientific use. foundation for physiotherapy but also for Results. The developed instrument Physical interprofessional communication. Therapy Assessment for Chronic Pelvic Pain Keywords Objective. The aim was the development of Syndrome (PTA-CPPS) lists external and Chronic pelvic pain syndrome · Physiotherapy · a physiotherapeutic assessment instrument internal groups of muscles for a systematic Trigger points

Journal

Der SchmerzSpringer Journals

Published: Apr 24, 2018

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