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Psychological factors in chronic benign low back pain 

Psychological factors in chronic benign low back pain
Psychological factors in chronic benign low back pain

Mike Osborn

, Kate Ridout

, and Anna Mandeville

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date: 23 June 2021

Chronic pain is not a psychological disorder

Psychological factors play a significant role in the dynamic relationship between chronic pain sensation, distress and disability

Living with chronic pain includes a range of unpleasant spiritual, cultural, social, emotional, cognitive and behavioural phenomena that all have to be managed...

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