Lombalgie SRBMPR / SOFMER
Le 14/10/2021 de 09:00 à 11:00
Relation entre le Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire et le résultat après avoir suivi le programme de rééducation multidisciplinaire Revita chez les patients souffrant de lombalgie chronique
Sara De Burghgraeve (Leuven-Lubbeek, Belgique), Peter Van Wambeke (Leuven-Lubbeek, Belgique), Sofie Rummens (Leuven-Lubbeek, Belgique)
Objective : In chronic low back pain (LBP) the course of the complaints is often difficult to influence. Therefore, early identification of patients at risk and psychosocial factors is required because a multimodal approach may be mandatory. The Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire (ÖMPSQ) is a risk stratification tool developed to inform health professionals about the patients prognostic profile. The aim of our study is to evaluate the correlation between the ÖMPSQ and the outcome after the multidisciplinary rehabilitation program ‘Revita’. We hypothesize that patients with a high score on the ÖMPSQ improve less with a multimodal program.
Material / Patients and Methods : During January 2020 and April 2021 patients with chronic LBP and/or non-complicated radiculopathy who followed the multimodal rehabilitation program ‘Revita’ were included. Primary outcome measures are the Numerical Rating Scale, the Oswestry Disability Index and the Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia measured before and eight weeks after starting the program. The Patient Global Impression of Change was also measured after eight weeks. Secondary outcome measures consist of sociodemographic features.
Results : In total 63 patients were included and completed the ÖMPSQ. Data processing is currently ongoing. Preliminary results suggest a possible correlation between the ÖMPSQ and primary as well secondary outcome measures. Final results will be presented in October.
Discussion - Conclusion : Identification of subgroups of patients according to their risk for chronicification may assist clinicians in referring patients for a multimodal rehabilitation program.
Keywords : Low back pain, Screening, Örebro, Multidisciplinary rehabilitation