Year 2019 / Volume 26 / Number 1

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Influence of psychosocial factors in the experience of musculoskeletal pain: a literatura review

Rev. Soc. Esp. Dolor. 2019; 26(1): 44-51 / DOI: 10.20986/resed.2018.3679/2018

Felipe Araya Quintanilla, Iván Alejandro Cuyul Vásquez


ABSTRACT

Musculoskeletal pain is a health problem that affects approximately 33 % of the adult population,
of which 56 % corresponds to elderly people and 35% to people of working age. Some epidemiological investigations have shown that there are certain groups of people within the population most likely to develop chronic musculoskeletal pain, these studies have allowed to identify different weaknesses and needs in the interventions of health professionals in this problem. The data have shown that the prevalence of pain is higher in women, smokers, with incomplete education, with psychological or social risk, in this way the evidence has removed attention to the nociception of body structures as the only causal factor of pain musculoskeletal. This has forced researchers to explore he infl uence of psychosocial factors in the experience of musculoskeletal pain, consider the integration of various factors and mechanisms to explain the development of the painful experience. The objective of this review is to describe the psychosocial factors that influence the experience of musculoskeletal pain in order to relate them to contemporary neuroscientific models.



RESUMEN

El dolor musculoesquelético es un problema sanitario que afecta aproximadamente a un 33 % de la población adulta, del cual un 56 % corresponde a personas adultas mayores y un 35 % a personas en edad laboral. Algunas investigaciones epidemiológicas han demostrado que existen ciertos grupos de personas dentro de la población más propensos a desarrollar dolor crónico musculoesquelético; estos estudios han permitido identifi car diferentes debilidades y necesidades en las intervenciones de los profesionales de la salud en esta problemática. Los datos han demostrado que la prevalencia del dolor es mayor en mujeres, personas fumadoras, con educación incompleta, con riesgo psicológico o social, de esta manera la evidencia le ha quitado la atención a la nocicepción de las estructuras corporales como único factor causal de dolor musculoesquelético. Esto ha obligado a los investigadores a explorar la infl uencia de los factores psicosociales en la experiencia de dolor musculoesquelético, considerar la integración de diversos factores y mecanismos para provocar explicar el desarrollo de la experiencia dolorosa. La presente revisión tiene como objetivo describir los factores psicosociales que influyen en la experiencia de dolor musculoesquelético para relacionarlos con los modelos neurocientíficos contemporáneos.





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