ergopraxis 2019; 12(02): 28-33
DOI: 10.1055/a-0770-4923
© Georg Thieme Verlag Stuttgart – New York

Den ganzen Tag FEUERALARM – doch keiner nimmt ihn ernst – Chronischer Schmerz: Handeln gegen Trägheit

Lisa Käßmair

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Publication Date:
01 February 2019 (online)

Bei Menschen mit chronischen Schmerzen ist das körpereigene Alarmsystem im Ausnahmezustand. Sie haben keine Perspektive auf Heilung und werden oft stigmatisiert. Mithilfe des Erweiterungsmanuals „Handeln ermöglichen – Trägheit überwinden“ können die Klienten in der Ergotherapie Betätigung als Schmerzbewältigungsstrategie kennenlernen.

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