Yıl: 2021 Cilt: 11 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 285 - 290 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392 İndeks Tarihi: 13-01-2022

Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?

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Objective: The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between kinesiophobia and functional performance with the ability to forgetthe artificial joint in patients with total hip arthroplasty (THA). Methods: Fifty-seven volunteer patients aged between 40-65 years who have undergone THA surgery in the last 1-3 years were included in this study. The Forgotten Joint Score (FJS-12) for evaluating the ability to forgetting the artificial joint, the 6-Minute Walk Test for determining the functional performance, and the Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia (TSK) for evaluating kinesiophobia were used. Results: There was a moderate correlation between the FJS-12 and TSK (r= – 0.571; p<0.001) scores; and moderate correlation between the FJS-12 and the 6-Minute Walk distances (6-MWD) (r= 0.408; p<0.001). The ability to forget the artificial joint in patients with THA was found to be related to kinesiophobia and functional performance. Conclusion: The results of this study demonstrated that the awareness of artificial joint should be taken into consideration when performing physiotherapy and rehabilitation practices to decrease kinesiophobia and increase functional performance. Additionally, complementary approaches aiming to reduce the awareness of artificial joint should be added to the rehabilitation program of the patients with total hip arthroplasty.
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APA ÖZÇADIRCI A, Öztürk F, Caglar O, Coşkun G (2021). Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. , 285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
Chicago ÖZÇADIRCI AYKUT,Öztürk Ferhat,Caglar Omur,Coşkun Gürsoy Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. (2021): 285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
MLA ÖZÇADIRCI AYKUT,Öztürk Ferhat,Caglar Omur,Coşkun Gürsoy Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. , 2021, ss.285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
AMA ÖZÇADIRCI A,Öztürk F,Caglar O,Coşkun G Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. . 2021; 285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
Vancouver ÖZÇADIRCI A,Öztürk F,Caglar O,Coşkun G Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. . 2021; 285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
IEEE ÖZÇADIRCI A,Öztürk F,Caglar O,Coşkun G "Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?." , ss.285 - 290, 2021. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
ISNAD ÖZÇADIRCI, AYKUT vd. "Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?". (2021), 285-290. https://doi.org/10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
APA ÖZÇADIRCI A, Öztürk F, Caglar O, Coşkun G (2021). Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences, 11(2), 285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
Chicago ÖZÇADIRCI AYKUT,Öztürk Ferhat,Caglar Omur,Coşkun Gürsoy Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences 11, no.2 (2021): 285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
MLA ÖZÇADIRCI AYKUT,Öztürk Ferhat,Caglar Omur,Coşkun Gürsoy Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences, vol.11, no.2, 2021, ss.285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
AMA ÖZÇADIRCI A,Öztürk F,Caglar O,Coşkun G Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences. 2021; 11(2): 285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
Vancouver ÖZÇADIRCI A,Öztürk F,Caglar O,Coşkun G Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?. Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences. 2021; 11(2): 285 - 290. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
IEEE ÖZÇADIRCI A,Öztürk F,Caglar O,Coşkun G "Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?." Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences, 11, ss.285 - 290, 2021. 10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392
ISNAD ÖZÇADIRCI, AYKUT vd. "Are Kinesiophobia and Functional Performance Related to Ability to Forget the Artificial Joint in Patients with Total Hip Arthroplasty?". Clinical and Experimental Health Sciences 11/2 (2021), 285-290. https://doi.org/10.33808/clinexphealthsci.709392