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Table 2 Usage of available measurement instrument for acute LBP (n = 85)

From: Use and perceived added value of patient-reported measurement instruments by physiotherapists treating acute low back pain: a survey study among Dutch physiotherapists

Measurement instrument used: n (%)
 No2 (2%) 
 Yes83 (98%) 
Number of measurement instruments used: n (%)
 None2 (2%) 
 One20 (24%) 
 Two25 (29%) 
 More than two38 (45%) 
 All instruments used (more options possible)Most frequently used instrument
(one option)
Specific measurement instrument used: n (%)
 QBPDS54 (64%)27 (32%)
 SBT52 (61%)32 (38%)
 ODI23 (27%)7 (8%)
 PSFS17 (20%)11 (13%)
 4DKL16 (19%)1 (1%)
 Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia14 (16%)1 (1%)
 FABQ13 (15%)1 (1%)
 CSI9 (11%)2 (2%)
 ALBPSQ-DLV7 (8%)1 (1%)
 IPQ7 (8%)0 (0%)
 LAZeps5 (6%)0 (0%)
 PCI4 (5%)0 (0%)
 VAS or NRS for pain4 (5%)1 (1%)
 RMDQ2 (2%)0 (0%)
 LBPPS1 (1%)1 (1%)
 OMPSQ0 (0%)0 (0%)
  1. 4DKL Vier Dimensionale Klachtenlijst (Four Dimensional List of Complaints);
  2. ALBPSQ-DLV Acute Low Back Pain Screening Questionnaire – Dutch Language Version;
  3. CSI Central Sensitization Inventory;
  4. FABQ Fear-avoidance Beliefs Questionnaire;
  5. IPQ Illness Perception Questionnaire;
  6. LAZeps Lage rug Activiteiten Zelfvertrouwen perceptie schaal (Low back Activities Confidence perception scale);
  7. LBPPS Low Back Pain Perception Scale;
  8. NRS Numeric Rating Scale;
  9. ODI Oswestry Low Back Pain Disability Questionnaire;
  10. OMPQ Orebro Musculoskeletal Pain Screening Questionnaire;
  11. PCI Pain Coping Inventory;
  12. QBPDS Quebec Back Pain Disability Scale;
  13. RMDQ Roland Morris Disability Questionnaire;
  14. SBT STarT Back Screening Tool;
  15. PSFS Patient-Specific Functional Scale;
  16. VAS visual analogue scale