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Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire – Short Form and Start Back Screening Tool: Correlation and Agreement Analysis.

<h3>Abstract</h3><div><h4>STUDY DESIGN: </h4><p><abstracttext nlmcategory=”METHODS” label=”STUDY DESIGN”>Correlation and agreement analysis OBJECTIVES:: The objective of this study was to compare the Brazilian Portuguese versions of the ÖMPSQ-short and the SBST-Brazil in patients with low back pain and to verify their correlation with disability, kinesiophobia, and pain.</abstracttext></p><h4>SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA: </h4><p><abstracttext nlmcategory=”BACKGROUND” label=”SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA”>The Örebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire Short-Form (ÖMPSQ-short) and the STarT Back Screening Tool (SBST) were designed to identify patients at risk of developing pain and disability related to psychosocial factors.</abstracttext></p><h4>METHODS: </h4><p><abstracttext nlmcategory=”METHODS” label=”METHODS”>We assessed 130 patients, who answered the ÖMPSQ-short, SBST-Brazil, Roland-Morris disability questionnaire, Tampa scale of kinesiophobia, and Pain Numerical Rating scale. The total scores of the ÖMPSQ-short and the SBST-Brazil were correlated with the other questionnaires. Cross tabulation and Cohen’s kappa were used to analyze the agreement between the ÖMPSQ-short and the SBST-Brazil for participant classification as low- or high-risk for involvement of psychosocial factors.</abstracttext></p><h4>RESULTS: </h4><p><abstracttext nlmcategory=”RESULTS” label=”RESULTS”>The ÖMPSQ-short and the SBST-Brazil presented good correlation between total scores (r=0.73), good correlation with disability (ÖMPSQ-short: r = 0.72; SBST-Brazil: r = 0.76) and kinesiophobia (ÖMPSQ-short: r = 0.68; SBST-Brazil: r = 0.60) and moderate correlation with pain in the last episode (ÖMPSQ-short: r = 0.39; SBST-Brazil: r = 0.48), in last two weeks (ÖMPSQ-short: r = 0.39; SBST: r = 0.43), and current pain (ÖMPSQ-short: r = 0.39; SBST-Brazil: r = 0.31). Participant classification as high or low risk by the two questionnaires showed moderate agreement (k = 0.49). 83% of participants were classified correctly by the two questionnaires.</abstracttext></p><h4>CONCLUSION: </h4><p><abstracttext nlmcategory=”CONCLUSIONS” label=”CONCLUSION”>The ÖMPSQ-short and the SBST-Brazil showed good correlation between total scores and moderate agreement for patient classification in relation to the presence of psychosocial factors.</abstracttext></p><h4>LEVEL OF EVIDENCE: </h4><p><abstracttext nlmcategory=”METHODS” label=”LEVEL OF EVIDENCE”>3.</abstracttext></p></div>

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