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Évaluation à court terme d'un programme d'éducation thérapeutique pour patients lombalgiques‎ : le "module dos" du CHU de Grenoble

Abstract : Objectives. - Assess the impact of a short therapeutic education program for low-back pain patients, with, as main criteria, return to work and restart of physical activities after six month. The second criteria are the impact of the "Module Dos" on pain frequency and pain management, medication use and quality of life. Methods. - This is a "before / after" retrospective study. Included patients are those who took the entire program: pre admission consultation from June 2010 to April 2011, five days of therapeutic education and answer to a phone call six month after the pre admission consultation. Results. - Ninety-one patients were included. This study shows that the number of sick leave decreased a few months after the "Module Dos" and that the number of patients practicing regular physical activity increased. Moreover, 56% of those patients assert using fewer drugs, 76% having a better management of their pain and 90% believing that the "Module Dos" has had a positive effect on their quality of life. Conclusion. - This is a first study of an innovative therapeutic education program. Its positive results are very hopeful for the development of this kind of program.
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Guillaume Favario. Évaluation à court terme d'un programme d'éducation thérapeutique pour patients lombalgiques‎ : le "module dos" du CHU de Grenoble. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2012. ⟨dumas-00740644⟩

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