J A Klaber Moffett
Affiliation: University of Hull
- Do community pharmacists have the attitudes and knowledge to support evidence based self-management of low back pain?Jonathan Silcock
School of Healthcare, University of Leeds, PO Box 214, Leeds, LS2 9UT, UK
BMC Musculoskelet Disord 8:10. 2007..The main objectives of this survey were to determine the attitudes, knowledge and reported practice of English pharmacists advising people who present with acute or chronic low back pain...
- Is the Pain Stages of Change Questionnaire (PSOCQ) a useful tool for predicting participation in a self-management programme? Further evidence of validity, on a sample of UK pain clinic patientsJane L Carr
Institute of Rehabilitation, University of Hull, UK
BMC Musculoskelet Disord 7:101. 2006..The Pain Stages of Change Questionnaire (PSOCQ) was evaluated for this purpose in the present study. Hypotheses were centred around criterion and construct validity of the PSOCQ...
- A walking programme and a supervised exercise class versus usual physiotherapy for chronic low back pain: a single-blinded randomised controlled trial. (The Supervised Walking In comparison to Fitness Training for Back Pain (SWIFT) Trial)Deirdre A Hurley
School of Physiotherapy and Performance Science, University College Dublin, Dublin 4, Ireland
BMC Musculoskelet Disord 10:79. 2009....
- Socioeconomic status predicts functional disability in patients participating in a back pain trialJ A Klaber Moffett
Institute of Rehabilitation, Post Graduate Medical Institute, University of Hull, Hull, UK
Disabil Rehabil 31:783-90. 2009..To investigate whether socioeconomic status in patients with back pain participating in a randomised controlled trial was predictive of functional disability (Roland Disability Questionnaire, RDQ)...
- Randomized trial of two physiotherapy interventions for primary care neck and back pain patients: 'McKenzie' vs brief physiotherapy pain managementJ Klaber Moffett
Deputy Director, Institute of Rehabilitation, 215, Anlaby Road, University of Hull, Hull, UK
Rheumatology (Oxford) 45:1514-21. 2006..We compared the effectiveness of a brief physiotherapy pain management approach using cognitive-behavioural principles (Solution-Finding Approach-SFA) with a commonly used method of physical therapy (McKenzie Approach-McK)...
- The role of physiotherapy in the management of non-specific back pain and neck painJ Moffett
Institute of Rehabilitation, University of Hull, Hull, UK
Rheumatology (Oxford) 45:371-8. 2006..A multidisciplinary approach may then be optimal, although it is not widely available. Liaison with the workplace and/or social services may be important. Getting all players on side is crucial, especially at this stage...
- What is the value of physical therapies for back pain?Jennifer Klaber Moffett
Institute of Rehabilitation, University of Hull, 215 Anlaby Road, Hull HU3 2PG, UK
Best Pract Res Clin Rheumatol 19:623-38. 2005..This chapter reviews these positions through an exploration of the literature. It examines the evidence for the effectiveness of a range of commonly used physical therapies...
- Randomised trial of a brief physiotherapy intervention compared with usual physiotherapy for neck pain patients: outcomes and patients' preferenceJennifer A Klaber Moffett
Institute of Rehabilitation, University of Hull, Hull HU3 2PG
BMJ 330:75. 2005..Firstly, to compare the effectiveness of a brief physiotherapy intervention with "usual" physiotherapy for patients with neck pain. Secondly, to evaluate the effect of patients' preferences on outcome...
- High fear-avoiders of physical activity benefit from an exercise program for patients with back painJennifer A Klaber Moffett
Institute of Rehabilitation, University of Hull, Hull, United Kingdom
Spine (Phila Pa 1976) 29:1167-72; discussion 1173. 2004..A subgroup analysis of patient outcomes from a randomized controlled trial comparing a Back to Fitness program with usual general practitioner care...
- Patient preference and validity of randomized controlled trialsDavid Torgerson
JAMA 294:41-2; author reply 42. 2005