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Motivating people with chronic pain to do physical activity

Aneesha Singh, Annina Klapper, Jinni Jia, Antonio Fidalgo, Ana Tajadura-Jiménez, Natalie Kanakam, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, Amanda Williams
2014 Proceedings of the 32nd annual ACM conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '14  
Research guiding the design of interactive technology to motivate and support physical activity in people with chronic pain is lacking.  ...  Physical activity is important for improving quality of life in people with chronic pain.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT EPSRC EP/G043507/1 grant: Pain rehabilitation: E/Motion-based automated coaching. www.emo-pain.ac.uk  ... 
doi:10.1145/2556288.2557268 dblp:conf/chi/SinghKJFTKBW14 fatcat:bk22e67lt5eqzmkqhw3ccvynn4

Self-Regulatory Processes, Motivation to Conserve Resources and Activity Levels in People With Chronic Pain: A Series of Digital N-of-1 Observational Studies

Gail McMillan, Diane Dixon
2020 Frontiers in Psychology  
Motivational and self-regulatory processes during goal pursuit may account for activity patterns in people with chronic pain.  ...  This study was the first to examine the impact of fluctuations in self-regulatory processes on motivation to conserve resources and objective activity levels within individuals with chronic pain.  ...  Understanding dynamic motivational processes via digital health technologies can have a direct impact on treatment for people with chronic pain.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2020.516485 pmid:33013590 pmcid:PMC7499816 fatcat:3gfjfsvhnfb7vacgaecm2udsha

Impact of chronic musculoskeletal pain on objectively measured daily physical activity: a review of current findings

Kushang V Patel, Elizabeth J Dansie, Dennis C Turk
2013 Pain Management  
Accelerometry provides opportunities to compare actual and perceived PA, to design individually customized treatments, to monitor treatment progress, and to evaluate treatment efficacy.  ...  Physical activity (PA) is an important component of the pain experience that can be objectively assessed with accelerometers, which are small, lightweight devices that measure the duration, frequency and  ...  Conclusion In summary, accelerometry provides opportunities to examine PA objectively in chronic pain patients, a much-needed tool that can allow clinicians to design individually customized treatments  ... 
doi:10.2217/pmt.13.46 pmid:24654901 pmcid:PMC4006369 fatcat:htebqcw76rg47dk7f72cqreh6e

Engaging users in the design of an mHealth, text message-based intervention to increase physical activity at a safety-net health care system

Patricia Avila-Garcia, Rosa Hernandez-Ramos, Sarah S Nouri, Anupama Cemballi, Urmimala Sarkar, Courtney R Lyles, Adrian Aguilera
2019 JAMIA Open  
To better inform the development of a text-messaging intervention, we sought to identify barriers and facilitators to using text messaging and engaging in physical activity among patients with diabetes  ...  Objectives Text-messaging interventions are a promising approach to increasing physical activity in vulnerable populations.  ...  All authors reviewing and revising critically for final approval of the version to be published.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jamiaopen/ooz049 pmid:32025646 pmcid:PMC6994014 fatcat:eriwmb6z3rfs7fcgdsir2pspfi

Barriers to Physical Activity: A Study of Self-Revelation in an Online Community

Tammy Toscos, Sunny Consolvo, David W. McDonald
2011 Journal of medical systems  
Based on our analysis, we identify design considerations for technologies that encourage and support physical activity.  ...  Research suggests that lowering perceived barriers to exercise is an effective strategy for encouraging physical activity.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Intel Labs Seattle for supporting this research.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10916-011-9721-2 pmid:21526331 fatcat:jppee6zal5d2vb5q3gkoh7x4zi

The efficacy of a multimodal physical activity intervention with supervised exercises, health coaching and an activity monitor on physical activity levels of patients with chronic, nonspecific low back pain (Physical Activity for Back Pain (PAyBACK) trial): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial

Crystian B. Oliveira, Márcia R. Franco, Chris G. Maher, Anne Tiedemann, Fernanda G. Silva, Tatiana M. Damato, Michael K. Nicholas, Diego G. D. Christofaro, Rafael Z. Pinto
2018 Trials  
Nevertheless, there is evidence to suggest that patients with chronic LBP are less likely to meet recommended physical activity levels.  ...  A limitation of current exercises programmes for chronic LBP is that these programmes are not designed to change patients' behaviour toward an active lifestyle.  ...  Furthermore, physical activity-based interventions are not effective for increasing physical activity levels of patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13063-017-2436-z pmid:29334992 pmcid:PMC5769445 fatcat:okfswlkhhrf2pnwe42pxxbyi3i

Physical Activity Prescription

Jane S. Thornton, Pierre Frémont, Karim Khan, Paul Poirier, Jonathon Fowles, Greg D. Wells, Renata J. Frankovich
2016 Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine  
adults do not meet the Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines of 150 min of moderateto-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) per week. 2 3 Prescription of physical activity (PA) is a key element of the multifaceted  ...  Self-screening instruments such as the Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire (PAR-Q+) 67 or the American College of Sport Medicine (ACSM) health screening guidelines 68 direct people to a physician  ... 
doi:10.1097/jsm.0000000000000363 pmid:27359294 fatcat:neni66mubncs7lzirivirsfyiq

Why Should We Do Physical Activity? More Active People for a Healthier World

Nevzat DEMİRCİ, İrfan YILDIRIM, Pervin TOPTAŞ DEMİRCİ, Yasin ERSÖZ
2018 International Journal of Disabilities Sports & Health Sciences  
Regular physical activity is one of the most important activities you can do for your health.  ...  This study; why we should do physical activity, risks of ınactive behavior, frequency of physical activity, benefits of physical activity and suggestions for physical activity, aims to create more active  ...  Why Should We Do Physical Activity? More Active People for a Healthier World . Page 11 / 14 . Why Should We Do Physical Activity? More Active People for a Healthier World  ... 
doi:10.33438/ijdshs.488292 fatcat:nhenswo6evgfvhlqh54ahvyy7m

Perceived barriers and facilitators to increasing physical activity among people with musculoskeletal disorders: a qualitative investigation to inform intervention development

Steven McPhail, Mandy Schippers, Alison Marshall, Monique Waite, Pim Kuipers
2014 Clinical Interventions in Aging  
for physical activities", and "time availability".  ...  The first asked the participant to describe factors that made physical activity more difficult, and the second asked which factors made it easier for them to be physically active.  ...  MS contributed to study design, data collection, analysis and interpretation, manuscript appraisal, and editing. ALM and PK contributed to study design, manuscript appraisal, and editing.  ... 
doi:10.2147/cia.s72731 pmid:25584023 pmcid:PMC4264601 fatcat:qsehdirmofbhbpdrhipkofekci

Participant experiences and perceptions of physical activity-enhancing interventions for people with physical impairments and mobility limitations: a meta-synthesis of qualitative research evidence

Toni L. Williams, Jasmin K. Ma, Kathleen A. Martin Ginis
2017 Health Psychology Review  
Disabled people face multiple personal, environmental and social barriers that interfere with leading a physically active lifestyle.  ...  Thus, there is an urgent need for behavior change interventions to increase physical activity (PA) by specifically addressing the situations of disabled people, and barriers to participation.  ...  Baseline Interviews: 10M and 19F with chronic knee pain. Mean age = 67 years Post-rehabilitation interviews: 8M and 15F with chronic knee pain.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17437199.2017.1299027 pmid:28278003 fatcat:qsd4jrryybhlraby7nkyubwndi

Experience of co-creation of a health plan and support for sustainable physical activity among people with chronic widespread pain: a qualitative interview study in Sweden

Caroline Feldthusen, Anna Bergenheim, Emmelie Barenfeld, Inger Gjertsson, Anette Larsson, Kaisa Mannerkorpi
2022 BMJ Open  
ObjectivesThe aim of this study was to gain deeper knowledge about how people with chronic widespread pain (CWP) experience the co-creation of a health plan for sustainable physical activity, working in  ...  plan for physical activity that could lead to improved future health and well-being.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the people with chronic widespread pain who participated in this study for giving their time and sharing their experiences.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-059432 pmid:35396312 pmcid:PMC8996005 fatcat:7zv5xxfl2zfj3mszfhsutkfpke

Go-with-the-Flow: Tracking, Analysis and Sonification of Movement and Breathing to Build Confidence in Activity Despite Chronic Pain

Aneesha Singh, Stefano Piana, Davide Pollarolo, Gualtiero Volpe, Giovanna Varni, Ana Tajadura-Jiménez, Amanda CdeC Williams, Antonio Camurri, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze
2015 Human-Computer Interaction  
Thanks to physiotherapists at the University College London  ...  Technology for Physical Activity Technology for Physical Activity in CP Research on designing interactive technology for people with CP is limited (Rosser et al., 2011) .  ...  We aimed to address four research questions in this study: 1. Can sound be used to support physical activity in people with chronic pain? 2.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07370024.2015.1085310 fatcat:lhexwh2cbzeu5eoaemuk6riggy

Physical Activity Among Persons Aging with Mobility Disabilities: Shaping a Research Agenda

Dori E. Rosenberg, Charles H. Bombardier, Jeanne M. Hoffman, Basia Belza
2011 Journal of Aging Research  
This paper summarizes the state of the evidence regarding physical activity and aging for individuals with mobility disability and proposes a healthy aging research agenda for this population.  ...  Using a previously published framework, we present evidence in order to compile research recommendations in four areas focusing on older adults with mobility disability: (1) prevalence of physical activity  ...  Illness-related barriers limited physical activity in a sample of women with arthritis and included pain, stiffness, and arthritis limitations on the body's ability to do activity [72] .  ... 
doi:10.4061/2011/708510 pmid:21748010 pmcid:PMC3124953 fatcat:z3tf7hjja5flzo3lzzyv5zcxai

Using phone-based activity monitors to promote physical activity in older adults: A pilot study

Harshvardhan Vathsangam, Gaurav S. Sukhatme
2014 2014 IEEE Healthcare Innovation Conference (HIC)  
The main motivations for participants to stay active were to prevent loss of personal health due ageing and the need to stay young.  ...  Smartphone-based intervention techniques present the opportunity to support cost-effective behavioral intervention to promote physical activity.  ...  The authors wish to thank Davis Park, Kari Olson, Helen Choo and Julie Santos (Front Porch Center for Technology Innovation and Well being) and Rosa Aguirre, Onyika Lucero and Kim Rathman (OASIS active  ... 
doi:10.1109/hic.2014.7038870 fatcat:5gr5kdtddvhp3cnm6txcltdjpm

Motive8! Feasibility of a Text Messaging Intervention to Promote Physical Activity in Knee Osteoarthritis

Holly Blake
2015 International Journal of Sports and Exercise Medicine  
Mobile phones, email and web were perceived to be most acceptable for health promotion compared with other forms of technology.  ...  Health communications promoting physical activity demonstrate potential for behaviour change and positive implications for perceptions of exercise and pain; this needs to be tested in a randomised trial  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the ARUK Pain Centre (Nottingham, UK) in particular, David Walsh; Jane Flewitt, Vicki Devlin and Paul Leighton for assistance with public consultation;  ... 
doi:10.23937/2469-5718/1510027 fatcat:ogjtstjotjgx7astyuqh335wtq
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