Effectiveness Of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (Cbt) For Chronic Low Back Pain (Clbp): A Systematic Review
Nur Melizza, Ulum Mabruroh
Available Online April 2017.
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- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Chronic Low Back Pain, Chronic Pain, Cognitive Therapy
- Nonspecific chronic low back pain (CLBP) is a main cause of activity limitations, absenteeism, and high health care expenses. The prevalence of CLBP is estimated at approximately 23%, and activity limitation due to low back pain had been found in 11% to 12% of the population. Low back pain is consistently among the top six most costly health problem and, accounting for incidence, one of the top three most disabling conditions in developed countries. Psychosocial contributing to this condition is felt significantly, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) offers a more effective treatment and potentially more economical. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as an intervention to overcome Chronic Low Back Pain. The key word to database search was "Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Chronic Low Back Pain, Chronic Pain, and Cognitive Therapy". According to the journal article that already found and reviewed from Google Scholar, PubMed, and Science Direct database with will date restriction started from 2007 until 2015 showed that CBT could be an intervention to increase physical activity, decrease pain, and disability. CBT can be used as an intervention in CLBP patients because it could increase physic activity, decrease pain, and lessening disability also spent least cost.
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TY - CONF AU - Nur Melizza AU - Ulum Mabruroh PY - 2017/04 DA - 2017/04 TI - Effectiveness Of Cognitive Behavior Therapy (Cbt) For Chronic Low Back Pain (Clbp): A Systematic Review PB - Atlantis Press SP - 64 EP - 66 SN - 2468-5739 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/inc-17.2017.16 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/inc-17.2017.16 ID - Melizza2017/04 ER -