Physical activity and function in adolescents with chronic pain: a controlled study using actigraphy

The Journal of PainWilson AC et al. | November 21, 2011

This study demonstrates that adolescents with chronic pain have lower physical activity levels, as measured objectively via actigraphy, as well as poorer subjective reports of physical functioning, compared to healthy adolescents. Actigraphic measurement of physical activity provides objective source data about one dimension of physical functioning.

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