PSYCHOSOCIAL PREDICTORS OF CHRONIC PAIN AND PAIN-RELATED DISABILITY 12 MONTHS AFTER LOWER EXTREMITY FRACTURE

Joshua Van Wyngaarden
Over 700,000 lower extremity fractures occur each year with a large portion of these patients developing adverse long-term pain and disability outcomes. Current literature indicates that 39% to 62.7% of all patients report continued pain long after traumatic lower extremity fracture. Concurrent physical limitations and reduced quality of life are common, with nearly one-third of all patients reporting pain-related disability seven years after limb threatening trauma, and approximately 50% of these patients having limitations in...
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