Date Presented 03/26/20

This ongoing interpretive descriptive study explores hand therapists’ perspectives and practice patterns relative to upper-extremity pain. As per preliminary findings, participants emphasized biological contributions to pain but also acknowledged psychological influences and articulated a functional approach. The findings highlight the need for additional discussion of the value and role of biopsychosocial approaches to pain that extend beyond chronic low-back pain to the upper extremity.

Primary Author and Speaker: Brocha Stern

Additional Authors and Speakers: Jillian Yoo

Contributing Authors: Christina Couto, Hannah Jacobson, Samantha Hou, Allison Brekke, Karén Hinojosa, Armando Flores, Izabella Shimanova

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