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Table 3 Measurements at baseline and 12 weeks follow-up (n = 11)

From: Adherence to self-managed exercises for patients with persistent subacromial pain: the Ad-Shoulder feasibility study

  SPADI week 0/12 PSFS week 0/12 NPRS week 0/12 Kinesiophobia week 0/12 WAI week 0/12 Self-Efficacy week 0/12 PSEQ-2 week 0/12 BIS week 0/12 EQ5D-5L week 0/12 Physical activity week 0/6/12 GPE week 12
Case 1 56/3 5/9.7 5/0 1/1 5/9 4/1 9/12 22/13 0.67/1 37/48/23 1
Case 2 19/0 2.7/10 5/0 6/0 10/10 2/1 12/12 6/0 0.82/1 31/-/52 1
Case 3 67/46 0.3/2.3 9/6 2/1 4/7 5/5 7/7 35/32 0.73/0.52 58/-/- 4
Case 4 43/32 3/5.3 7/3 7/4 9/10 2/2 9/11 9/11 0.73/0.75 293/358/215 3
Case 5 20/5 6.3/6.3 3/1 5/1 10/10 2/2 11/11 10/4 0.86/0.86 120/-/217 2
Case 6 57/21 8.7/8.3 8/2 8/7 7/8 3/2 9/8 25/16 0.59/0.73 217/323/323 2
Case 7 19/5 6.3/7.7 3/1 7/1 8/9 4/2 11/10 10/4 0.79/0.86 216/204/158 3
Case 8 22/23 2.7/3.3 2/3 0/0 5/6 2/1 12/11 7/2 0.64/0.82 343/617/348 3
Case 9 38/22 3.3/7.3 5/3 2/2 6/7 3/2 9/9 12/6 0.67/0.79 120/137/202 2
Case 10 22/3 5/10 2/0 0/0 10/10 2/1 12/12 10/9 0.86/1 132/84/41 1
Case 11 65/- 7/- 6/- 7/- 7/- 4/- 8/- 14/- 0.73/- 110/-/- -
Median (range) 38 (19–67)/21 (0–46) 3.3 (0.3–8.7)/8 (2.3–10) 5 (2–9)/2 (0–6) 3.5 (0–8)/1 (0–7) 7 (0–10)/9 (6–10) 2.5 (2–5)/2 (1–5) 9 (7–12)/11 (7–12) 10 (6–35)/6 (2–32) 0.73 (0.59–0.86)/0.84 (0.52–1) 132 (31–343)/170 (48–617)/158 (23–323) 2 (1–4)
Median change week 0/12 (n = 10) 18 (− 1 to 53) 2.2 (− 0.4 to 7.33) 2.5 (− 1 to 6) 1 (0–6) 1 (0–4) 1 (0–3) 0 (− 1 to 3) 6(− 2 to 9) 0.13 (− 0.21 to 0.33) 14 (− 91 to 107) -
Missing data -/1 -/1 -/1 -/1 -/1 -/1 -/1 -/1 -/1 -/4/2 1
Floor effect* - - - - - - - - - - -
Ceiling effect** - - - 2 3 - 3 - - - -
  1. SPADI, Shoulder Pain and Disability Index (0–100, 100 worst score); PSFS, Patient Specific Function Scale (0–10, 0 = unable to perform activity); NPRS, Numeric pain rating scale (0–10, 10 = most intense pain imaginable); Kinesiophobia (0–10, 10 = very much fear); PSEQ2, Pain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire 2 item (0–12, 0 = not at all confident); Self-efficacy, “How confident have you felt about managing your shoulder pain by yourself” (1–5, 5 = not at all confident); BIS, Bergen Insomnia Scale, 0–42 (42 = worst score); WAI, Working Ability Index, 0–10 (0 = cannot work at all); EQ5D-5L, 1 = perfect health; physical activity, minutes of moderate physical activity (MET ≥ 3) during three consecutive days measured using an accelerometer; GPE, global perceived effect scale, 1–6, 1 = very much better, 6 = very much worse
  2. *Number of patients with the worst score at baseline
  3. **Number of patients with the best score at baseline