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Fear-avoidance beliefs increase perception of pain and disability in Saudi
Arabia with chronic low back pain
Methods: Cross-sectional study.
Objective: To analyze the relationship between fear-avoidance beliefs with pain and
disability in Saudi Arabia with chronic low back pain. Analyze potentials differences
and relationship between subgroups according to sociodemographic.
Introduction:
Note about the introduction:
Explain the scientific background and rationale for the investigation being
reported.
Explain why this study should be done in Saudi Arabia.
Explain the needs of the study in Saudi Arabia.
Justify why this study need it while there was some study published. Eg.
Alamam, Dalyah M., Niamh Moloney, Andrew Leaver, Hana I. Alsobayel, and
Martin G. Mackey. "Pain Intensity and Fear Avoidance Explain Disability
Related to Chronic Low Back Pain in a Saudi Arabian Population." Spine 44,
no. 15 (2019): E889-E898.
Context should be about Saudi Arabia.
Essential references might help:
Aldera, M.A., Alexander, C.M. and McGregor, A.H., 2020. Prevalence and Incidence
of Low Back Pain in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: A Systematic Review. Journal of
Epidemiology and Global Health.
Alamam, Dalyah M., Niamh Moloney, Andrew Leaver, Hana I. Alsobayel, and Martin
G. Mackey. "Pain Intensity and Fear Avoidance Explain Disability Related to Chronic
Low Back Pain in a Saudi Arabian Population." Spine 44, no. 15 (2019): E889-E898.
Awaji MA. Epidemiology of low back pain in Saudi Arabia. JAMPS 2016;6:19.

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