Carlijn H. van Randeraad-van der Zee; Anna J.H.M. Beurskens; Reymond A.H.M. Swinkels; Jan J.M. Pool; Richard H. Osborne; Roy W. Batterham; Henrica C.W. de Vet
Purpose To empirically define the concept of burden of neck pain. The lack of a clear understanding of this construct from the perspective of persons with neck pain and care providers hampers adequate measurement of this burden. An additional aim was to compare the conceptual model obtained with the …
J. de Vries; J.N. van der Geest; M.A. Frens; L.P. Voogt (Onderzoeker); G.J. Kleinrensink; M. Janssen; B.K Ischebeck
Several studies in recent decades have examined the relationship between proprioceptive deficits and neck pain. However, there is no uniform conclusion on the relationship between the two. Clinically, proprioception is evaluated using the Joint Position Sense Error (JPSE), which reflects …
Martine Verwoerd (Lid Lectoraat); Harriët Wittink (Lector); François Maissan (Lid Lectoraat); Edwin de Raaij (Lid Lectoraat); Rob Smeets
Background: Prognosis of acute idiopathic neck pain is poor. An overview of modifiable and non-modifiable prognostic factors for the development of chronic musculoskeletal neck pain after an episode of idiopathic, non-traumatic neck pain is needed.
Objective: Identify prognostic factors for pain intensity …
J. de Vries; B.K Ischebeck; M. Janssen; M.A. Frens; G.J. Kleinrensink; J.N. van der Geest; L.P. Voogt (Onderzoeker)
Neck pain is a widespread complaint. People experiencing neck pain often present an altered timing in contraction of cervical muscles. This altered afferent information elicits the cervico-ocular reflex (COR), which stabilizes the eye in response to trunk-to-head movements. The vestibulo-ocular …
Anke van Mourik; Emmy Lamers (Lid Lectoraat); Wilma D. Heemsbergen; Coen Rasch
Purpose: to find parameters that predict which head and neck patients benefit from a sequentially delivered boost treatment plan compared to a simultaneously deliverd plan, with the aim to spare the salivary glands.
Sealy, Martine (Healthy Ageing, Allied Health Care And Nursing)
Malnutrition is a frequent problem in patients with head and neck cancer. Prevention or timely treatment of malnutrition is of great importance because deteriorated nutritional status can have a negative effect on clinical outcome in head and neck cancer patients. Malnutrition is a multidimensional problem, …
2015-06GezondheidConference item not in proceedingsOpen Access
H.S. Miedema (Lector); A. Burdorf; S.M.A. Bierma-Zeinstra; A. Feleus (Lid Lectoraat); B.W. Koes; T. Hoekstra
Nontraumatic complaints of arm, neck, and shoulder (CANS) represent an
important health issue, with a high prevalence in the general working age population and huge
economic impact. Nevertheless, only few prospective cohort studies for the outcome of CANS
T. Hoekstra; A. Burdorf; B.W. Koes; A. Feleus (Docent); H.S. Miedema (Lector); S.M.A. Bierma-Zeinstra
Impediments due to complaints of non-traumatic arm, neck and/or shoulder (CANS) during work often leads to consultation in primary care. This study examines the occurrence of sick leave among workers with new CANS, and evaluates sick leave trajectories and their characteristics.
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