THE IMPORTANCE OF INFORMING THE PATIENTS RECEIVING PHYSICAL THERAPY AND REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR CERVICAL DISC HERNIA ABOUT HEALTHY LIFESTYLE BEHAVIORS: A SAMPLE STUDY FROM TURKEY

Authors

  • Nuran Unaler Retired Medical Technician, Nurse, Nuran Unaler (Corresponding Author) Aydınlar District, Aydınlar Street, Mehmet Akif Ersoy Buildings No.18/4, 42320, Eregli; Konya/TURKEY https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9687-7605
  • Nurdan Kirimlioglu Eskisehir Osmangazi University Faculty of Medicine, Department of History of Medicine and Medical Ethics, 26480, Eskisehir/TURKEY. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9687-7605

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v10.i6.2022.4572

Keywords:

Informing, Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors, Cervical Disc Hernia, Physical Treatment and Rehabilitation

Abstract [English]

Background: Considering the risk factors of cervical disc hernia, morbidity can be reduced and the recurrence of the disease can be prevented by the acquisition of Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors (HLSB).
Aim: The aim is to evaluate the relationship between the cause of the disease and the risk factors, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors of the patients, who received physical therapy and rehabilitation (PTR) service upon the diagnosis of cervical disc hernia, regarding HLSB with ethical information.


Method: Data were obtained from 222 patients at the Department of PTR at Eskisehir Yunus Emre State Hospital (EYEDH) in Turkey. The Healthy Lifestyle Behavior Scale II (HLSBS II) was administered to the participants by using a questionnaire form. Descriptive statistics, Chi-square Test of Independence, Unpaired T Test were used to evaluate the data.


Results: There was a significant difference between the general scale and sub-scale scores of HLSBS II of the participants and the state of knowing the cause of the disease (p <0.05). There is a significant difference between informing the participants about their diseases, treatments, medical treatments as an alternative to PTR (surgical, medical), and the risk factors and reflecting such information to their behaviors (p <0.05). It is observed that the participants informed have changed their behaviors.


Conclusion: It can be seen that the participants consider the information provided and try to carry out their actions, are willing to learn about HLSB, are open to behavioral changes, and want to receive training on this matter.

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2022-07-02

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Unaler, N., & Kirimlioglu, N. (2022). THE IMPORTANCE OF INFORMING THE PATIENTS RECEIVING PHYSICAL THERAPY AND REHABILITATION SERVICES FOR CERVICAL DISC HERNIA ABOUT HEALTHY LIFESTYLE BEHAVIORS: A SAMPLE STUDY FROM TURKEY . International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 10(6), 57–69. https://doi.org/10.29121/granthaalayah.v10.i6.2022.4572