Treatment for adolescents with chronic pain and fatigue

Is multidisciplinary treatment the most beneficial treatment?

Chronic pain and fatigue can have a considerable impact during a child’s or adolescent’s life, especially in important domains of functioning such as school attendance and sports. It is currently unknown which rehabilitation treatment has the best results in improving functional activities and social participation. Previous studies have identified internalizing problems, short sleeping time, high physical activity and smoking as predictors for the persistence of chronic musculoskeletal pain.


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