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Validated Questionnaires to Measure Return to Sport and Psychological Factors

  • Sue Barber-WestinEmail author
  • Frank R. Noyes
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Abstract

This chapter reviews commonly used scales that have been used to rate athletic activities for a variety of knee injuries and disorders. The instruments are analyzed according to their strengths and potential biases as well as their measured reliability, validity, and responsiveness properties.

In addition, several validated questionnaires are provided that may be used to determine an athlete’s psychological status both before surgery and postoperatively. Psychological factors such as fear of reinjury, anxiety, depression, and preoperative stress are common barriers to RTS and overall patient satisfaction after serious knee injuries and operations.

Keywords

ACL patient outcomes ACL psychological questionnaires ACL fear reinjury sports scales 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Noyes Knee InstituteCincinnatiUSA
  2. 2.Cincinnati Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic CenterThe Noyes Knee InstituteCincinnatiUSA

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