6 edition of Psychosocial factors in pain found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Robert J. Gatchel, Dennis C. Turk, editors.|
|Contributions||Gatchel, Robert J., 1947-, Turk, Dennis C.|
|LC Classifications||RB127 .P876 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 510 p. :|
|Number of Pages||510|
|LC Control Number||98050870|
Chronic post-surgical pain (CPSP) is a serious problem. Incidence as high as 50% has been reported, depending on type of surgery undergone. Because the etiology of chronic pain is grounded in the bio-psychosocial model, physical, psychological, and social factors are implicated in Cited by: Critically, it is now generally accepted that illness and health are the result of an interaction between biological, psychological, and social factors. Despite the evidence supporting its validity and utility, the biopsychosocial model has had little influence on the larger scale organization and funding of healthcare by:
Social, cultural and environmental influences that affect an individual's or group's mental health and behavior. These may include social situations, relationships, health care and resources and others. PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS: "Psychosocial factors played no small part in the soccer riot." Cite this page: N., Pam M.S., "PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS," in. biological changes, psychological status, and the socio- cultural context should all be considered in trying to un- derstand an individual’s perception of pain [31,32]. A psychiatric intervention or treatment approach, Gatchel further argues, “that focuses on only one of these core sets of factors will be incomplete” (p. ) . In File Size: KB.
Psychological factors rarely seem to be an important cause of prolonged pain, but they invariably affect it – for better or for worse. Attention and vigilance account for much of the psychological modulation of pain. Pain that the brain thinks is important will be amplified, and those that it thinks are of no consequence will be lessened. Objective: Current models of chronic pain recognize that psychosocial factors influence pain and the effects of pain on daily life. The role of such factors has been widely studied on English-speaking individuals with chronic is possible that the associations between such factors and adjustment may be influenced by culture.
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Presurgical Psychological Screening in Chronic Pain Syndromes: Psychological Risk Factors for Poor Surgical Results, Block The Role of Sex and Gender in Pain Perception and Responses to Treatment, Miaskowski Psychosocial Predictors of Chronic Pain and Responses to Treatment, Gatchel and Epker This multidisciplinary volume provides the latest information on the role of psychosocial factors in chronic, acute, Psychosocial factors in pain book recurrent pain.
Reporting on significant advances in our understanding of all aspects of pain, the volume is designed to help practitioners, students. Chronic Pain: Psychosocial Factors in Rehabilitation Revised, Subsequent Edition by Eldon Tunks (Author), Anthony Bellissimo (Author), Ranjan Roy (Author) & ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: This multidisciplinary volume provides the latest information on the role of psychosocial factors in chronic, acute, and recurrent pain. Pain -- Psychological aspects. Pain -- Social aspects.
Pain Management. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Published: June BOOK REVIEW: PSYCHOSOCIAL FACTORS IN PAIN: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES edited by Robert J.
Gatchel and Dennis C. Turk. New York: Guilford Press, xvii + pp., $ (hardcover)Author: David V. Nelson. Response article: Edwards R, Eccleston C, Keogh E. Psychosocial factors and their influence on the experience of pain: response to commentary. PAIN Reports e Pain is a dichotomous phenomenon.
A true double-edged sword, it can protect us from injury in the short term, but can also be severely disabling if it becomes chronic.
The Role of Psychological Factors in Chronic Pain; Standard Medical Treatments for Pain and Treatment Decision Considerations; Depression, Anxiety, and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder; Pain-Specific Psychological Factors; Overview of Evidence-Based Psychobehavioral Interventions for PainPages: The belief that pain is a direct result of tissue damage has dominated medical thinking since the mid 20 th Century.
Several schools of psychological thought proffered linear causal models to explain non-physical pain observations such as phantom limb pain and the effects of placebo Cited by: patients with chronic pain have the ability to evaluate and manage the psychosocial factors contributing to the patient’s predicament.
The style and extent of the psychosocial File Size: KB. Psychosocial risk factors can affect the productivity of individuals.
Assessing for the presence or absence of psychosocial risk factors is an important part of preventing and managing musculoskeletal discomfort and disorders. There is potential for psychosocial risk factors to be alleviated with simple organisational interventions.
Size: KB. Psychosocial Factors in Pain: Critical Perspectives Article (PDF Available) in Journal of psychiatry & neuroscience: JPN 25(4) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Harold Merskey.
Introduction. Chronic widespread pain (CWP) is characterized as pain in the left and right sides of the body, above and below the waist, plus pain in the axial skeleton, with prevalence estimates varying between 4% and 18%, depending on country and study condition is regarded as multifactorial, often with both nociceptive and neuropathic components, and is widely based Cited by: The role of a pain psychologist is very limited due to a number of factors: few psychologists specialize in pain, insurance limitations are growing, and patients are reluctant to undergo a comprehensive psychosocial evaluation.
Labour pain is a complex and subjective interaction between multiple physical, psychosocial, environment plus cultural factors and a woman’s interpretation of the labour stimuli.
Women experience varying degrees of pain in labour and exhibit an equally varying range of responses to by: 3. Keywords Causalgia Chronic pain Complex regional pain syndrome Psychosocial factors Reﬂex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) CRPS is a pain syndrome that develops as a disproportionate consequence of extremity trauma or nerve lesion (Baron & Wasner, ).File Size: KB.
Understanding chronic pain requires an understanding of psychological factors related to the pain experience. This paradigm is the standard foundation for pain medicine as well as physical medicine and rehabilitation diagnosis and treatment.
Pain patients with spine disease frequently present with a multifaceted array of physical and psychological aspects including depression, anxiety Cited by: 8. Psychological Factors in Chronic Pain: Evolution and Revolution Dennis C.
Turk University of Washington School of Medicine Akiko Okifuji University of Utah School of Medicine Research has demonstrated the importance of psychological factors in coping, quality of life, and disability in chronic Size: 82KB.
Psychological factors are central to the experience of pain and for treatment delivered within a biopsychosocial model, which incorporates sensory, cognitive, emotional, behavioural and environmental factors that interact to determine how pain is experienced, expressed and managed (Hanson, ).
According to the biopsychosocial model of chronic pain, psychological factors, like FA, contribute to the onset and progression of both pain and disability  and play a significant role in the.
Rehabilitation and psychosocial dimension are the central theme of this book which deals with the mind-body problem, medico-legal and occupational issues, pain.
Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Chronic Illness and Disability, Fifth Edition helps students and counselors with little to no medical background better understand manifestations of common chronic illnesses and disabilities that their clients experience.
By using the text, readers will gain a better understanding of the impact that chronic illness and disability has on all aspects of 5/5(1).Pain, loneliness, fear, confusion, delirium, substance abuse, change in medical condition Base the goal on the causal factors Greenwald, Steven C., Social Work Policies, Procedures and Guidelines for Long-Term Care, SocialWork Consultation Group Publishing, Useful Goals for Depression Resident will respond positively to counselingFile Size: KB.Addressing Psychosocial Factors in Pain Management in the Emergency Department In addition to assessing pain levels through a self-report scale, it is also important to assess psychological factors, such as catastrophizing and anxiety, to adequately manage acute and chronic pain .