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Early Changes in Pain Acceptance Predict Pain Outcomes in Interdisciplinary Treatment for Chronic Pain

URN to cite this document:
urn:nbn:de:bvb:355-epub-415982
DOI to cite this document:
10.5283/epub.41598
Probst, Thomas ; Jank, R. ; Dreyer, Nele ; Seel, Stefanie ; Mühlberger, Andreas
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Abstract

Studies have shown that pain acceptance is associated with a better pain outcome. The current study explored whether changes in pain acceptance in the very early treatment phase of an interdisciplinary cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)-based treatment program for chronic pain predict pain outcomes. A total of 69 patients with chronic, non-malignant pain (at least 6 months) were treated in a ...

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