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In this article McCracken and Vowles (2014) describe the development of cognitive behavioral therapy within the treatment of chronic pain, and the evolution of psychological treatments towards the mindfulness and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT).
Louw and colleagues (2011) found in several studies that education with a focus on neurophysiology has a positive effect on pain, functioning, catastrophes and physical performance.
Vanhaudenhuyse and colleagues (2016) found that combining pain education and physical therapy leads to favourable treatment outcomes.
Moseley and Butler (2015) describe how they have been using ‘explain pain’ for 15 years now, what ‘explain pain’ means, the evidence they have gathered for their working method, and cast a glance at the future of pain education.
Williams, Eccleston and Morley (2012) carried out a meta-analysis for psychological treatments for chronic pain complaints. For cognitive behavioural therapy, there is increasing evidence about the efficacy in chronic pain.
In this paper, Gatchell and colleagues (2014) give an overview of the developments in multidisciplinary chronic pain management and the role that education and psychological treatment strategies can play.
The Radboud UMC has set up and performed a pilot at top clinical hospital Rijnstate and partner organizations. They investigate the effect of Reducept in four weeks of independent home training on pain, quality of life and pain coping compared to a waiting list condition, after which it is determined which variables are taken into account in a multi-center RCT (Randomized Controlled Trial: a widely used scientific research method).
Feasibility of general practitioner
Radboud UMC, in collaboration with general practitioners, is investigating the applicability of Reducept in primary care. How easy is it for a general practitioner to use Reducept and what are the results?
Application by psychologists
In the CWZ, the effects of Reducept in the center for pain management are investigated. How could Reducept be integrated into the psychological treatment of chronic pain complaints and what are the benefits?
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You can purchase Reducept to help your patients in your practice, or you can refer your patients to a practice nearby.
Reducept in your practice
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