Thursday, April 20, 2017

Fear Avoidance Beliefs Questionnaire For Behavior Pain

Fear avoidance beliefs questionnaire is to be prepared by physical therapists that provide physical cognitive mindfulness training to patients who experience negative pain that leads to behavior pain at work or home.  Patients with chronic pain will often avoid physical activities that may increase the pain, basic behavior of these patients is, they may get pain related fear in situation or movement, they try to avoid daily activates that may cause the pain.

The chronic pain in patients can be caused due to biological problems, social factors that are important in evaluating patience’s behavior and treating them with fear avoidance.

Example, if you have a severe muscle pain, then you might stop doing some activity that has caused the muscle pain, this will surely interfere with daily activates. This will create hyper vigilance, this is due to individuals focusing on particular bodily sensations, you are bond to experience the pain to greater degree.

Another good example of fear avoidance is: if your child has a hurt while playing, parents worry a lot and look for a good treatment that can reduce the hurt, they are concerned for days until the hurt is recovered. In this scenario both the child and parents are concentrating on the pain the hurt has caused. In this situation the pain increases as the child is over concentrating with emotions. The better way is to change the mindset, who do you do this, give a piece of candy to the child, he will forget about the pain. Take him to Zoo Park, something which helps the child from concentrating about the pain.

This same scenario employs to adults as well, if you have a chronic pain while doing an activity, you almost fear of it and keep concentrating for hours. This actually increases the pain.

Physical deconditioning, is a process where when a person stops using a muscle, it can lead to several other issues, as the muscles surrounding the joints can become useless. This leads to stress as you are afraid to use the muscle.

Fear avoidance belief is closely related to depression, increase pain, physical disability and long term sickness.

Fear Avoidance Beliefs Questionnaire For Behavior Pain:

Do you receive back pain at work?

How to check for avoidance behavior?

Do you have issues with neck disability index?

Do you know about approach behavior?

Have you ever felt the pain will come back?

How do you adopt towards the pain caused?

If you experience an injury, how long do you receive the pain?

For how many hours do you think of the pain?

Do you have fear of pain while doing exercise?

When you receive the pain do you feel something dangerous is happening in the body?

Do you feel depressed or stressed when you receive the pain once again?

Do you stop doing all daily activities to reduce the pain?

When in pain do you think of anything else?

What do you try to do when you see the pain hitting hard?

When you stop all activities, do you see the pain calming down?

Do you feel a pain attach when you receive pain?

Do you feel like avoiding others when you receive the pain?

Have you consultant any physician about the pain? If so how was the end result?

Do you think of the pain even after the physician has suggested it’s not going to harm you?