Background and purpose: Chronic pain can have a significant impact on patients in the realm of orthopedic physical therapy. These patients can develop underlying biopsychosocial issues and behaviors that can significantly affect their progress with physical therapy. The purpose of this report was to examine the role of pain behavior and patient education on functional mobility in a patient with chronic osteoarthritic associated knee pain.
Yetzer, T., & Disney, H. (2017). A biopsychosocial approach in physical therapy to treat a patient with chronic osteoarthritic associated knee pain. Trends in Medicine, 17(1). https://doi.org/10.15761/tim.1000113