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  Title Associations between low back pain and depression and somatization in a Canadian emerging adult population / [Associations entre la lombalgie, la dépression et la conversion au sein d’une population adulte émergente Canadienne]
URL https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5596967/
Journal J Can Chiropr Assoc. 2017 Aug;61(2):Online access only p 96–105
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Introduction: The association between depression, somatization and low back pain has been minimally investigated in a Canadian emerging adult population.

Methods: 1013 first year Canadian university students completed the Modified Zung Depression Index, the Modified Somatic Perception Questionnaire, and a survey about low back pain frequency and intensity. Multinomial logistic regression was used to measure associations between low back pain and depression and somatization, both independently and co-occurring.

Results: Over 50% of subjects reported low back pain across grades, and both depression and somatization were significantly positively associated with low back pain. Several positive associations between the cooccurrence of somatization and depression with various grades of low back pain were observed.

Discussion: These results suggest that low back pain, depression and somatization are relatively common at the onset of adulthood, and should be considered an important focus of public health.

Author keywords: chiropractic, low back pain, depression, association, somatization

Author affiliations: DR: Royal College of Chiropractic Sports Sciences (C) (Canada / Alberta / Calgary) ;  DK: University of Toronto. Department of Medicine (Canada / Ontario / Toronto); PN: Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Department of Graduate Education and Research (Canada / Ontario / Toronto); JS, GN: University of Guelph. Department of Human Health and Nutritional Science (Canada / Ontario / Guelph)

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Introduction: L’association entre la dépression, la conversion et la lombalgie a fait l’objet de très peu d’études au sein d’une population adulte émergente canadienne.

Méthodologie: Au total, 1 013 étudiants universitaires canadiens de première année ont rempli l’indice de dépression de Zung modifié, le questionnaire de perception somatique modifié et un sondage sur la fréquence et l’intensité de la lombalgie. On a utilisé la régression logistique multinominale pour mesurer les associations entre la lombalgie, la dépression et la conversion, tant de façon indépendante que cooccurrente.

Résultats: Plus de 50 % des sujets ont déclaré de la lombalgie sur plusieurs stades et tant la dépression que la conversion étaient associées de manière positive et étroite à la lombalgie. On a observé plusieurs associations positives entre la cooccurrence de la conversion et de la dépression et divers stades de lombalgie.

Discussion: Ces résultats laissent entendre que la lombalgie, la dépression et la conversion sont relativement communes au début de l’âge adulte et doivent représenter un facteur important en santé publique.

Mots-clés de l'auteur: chiropratique, lombalgie, dépression, association, conversion

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