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Table 1 Participant demographic features

From: Utilising the perspectives of patients with lower-limb osteoarthritis on prescribed physical activity to develop a theoretically informed physiotherapy intervention

Participant no Gender Age BMI Joint NPRS BSM SF KOOS SF HOOS PA HEL TSSB TSD EM
1 F 60 26 Right knee 1 Slightly 35.3 N/A 2155 O levels 2 0.5 N
2 F 75 35 Right knee 2 Moderately 46.1 N/A 2588 PG Diploma 25 25 N
3 M 75 33 Both knees 6 Very much 42 N/A 3800 High School 30 0.75 N
4 F 63 28 Right knee 3 Moderately 33.6 N/A 2692 UG degree 1.5 0.5 Y
5 M 76 25 Left knee 5 Slightly 35.3 N/A 2580 Left school at 14 48 3 N
6 F 53 42 Right knee 6 Very much 66.6 N/A 4250 Left School at 16 12 1 Y
7 F 75 35 Right hip; both knees 4 Moderately 37 41.7 2672 College 6 4 N
8 F 63 24 Left knee 6 Moderately 42 N/A 2376 UG degree 4 1 Y
9 F 67 37 Left hip 3 Slightly N/A 33.9 3197 UG degree 0.5. 0.5 Y
10 F 53 27 Left knee 2 Slightly 24.9 N/A 1975 College 6 5  
11 F 67 N/G Both knees 1 Slightly 24.9 N/A N/G High School 10 10 Y
12 M 44 30 Left hop 6 Moderately N/A 41.7 3201 College 2.5 0.5 Y
13 M 48 29 Right hip 6 Moderately N/A 46.1 3564 Master’s Degree 6 3 Y
  1. no Number, BMI Body Mass Index, NPRS Numerical Pain Rating Scale, BSM Bothersomeness, SF KOOS Short Form Knee Injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score, SF HOOS Short Form Hip Injury and Osteoarthritis Outcome Score, PA Physical Activity level (mean kcal/day for past 3 days), HEL Highest Education Level Achieved at time of interview, TSSB Time since symptoms began, TSD Time Since diagnosis of OA, EM Employed at time of interview