The Neck Disability Index A Study Of Reliability And Validity Pdf

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Urdu version of the neck disability index: a reliability and validity study

The Neck Disability Index NDI is a item patient-rated instrument for assessing self-rated disability due to neck pain of mechanical origin. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available. Editors: Alex C. Contents Search. Neck Disability Index.

The Neck Disability Index: a study of reliability and validity.

Neck and back pain are highly prevalent conditions that account for major disability. However, no single instrument exists to evaluate patients with concurrent neck and back pain. This study is a retrospective review of prospectively collected data from a single center. Of these patients, completed retests within 14 days. Patients represented a wide range of disability mean ODI score: Differences between actual and reconstructed scores were not clinically significant.

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Injuries to the cervical spine, especially those involving the soft tissues, represent a significant source of chronic disability. Methods of assessment for such.


Neck Disability Index

Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Sanpakit and C. The translation strategy used international standards. Forty-six Thai patients with neck pain were included in the present study.

Metrics details. Despite the wide use of the neck disability index NDI for assessing disability in patients with neck pain, the NDI has not yet been translated and validated in Urdu. The second purpose was to investigate the reliability, validity and responsiveness of the NDI-U in Urdu-speaking patients experiencing chronic mechanical neck pain CMNP. Translation and cross-cultural adaptation of the original version of the NDI were carried out using previously described procedures. Seventy-six patients with CMNP and thirty healthy participants were recruited for the study.

The Neck Disability Index: a study of reliability and validity.

Injuries to the cervical spine, especially those involving the soft tissues, represent a significant source of chronic disability. Methods of assessment for such disability, especially those targeted at activities of daily living which are most affected by neck pain, are few in number. Face validity was ensured through peer-review and patient feedback sessions.

It remains the most widely used outcome instrument for the assessment of patients with neck related disorders. At present, it has been translated into over 20 different languages. This paper by Vernon and Mior from provides the medical community with the first review of reliability and validity of the NDI. Based on the authors view, the NDI was shown to have a high rate of internal consistency and test reliability. Multiple studies have taken a further look at the NDI and agree that it is a valid, internally consistent tool to measure patient reported disability for those with neck pain. It provides an objective baseline before starting any type of treatment and can be used post-treatment to assess progress. Based on further published studies, the minimally detectable change MDC is estimated to be somewhere between 5 and 10 points.

Background: The Neck Disability Index NDI is an important self-assessment tool used extensively worldwide, in clinical practice with implications into scientific research fields. It is used to assess the extent of pain and levels of functional disability associated with neck pain. The NDI consists of 10 items where each item was scored from a scale of 0 to 5 giving the maximum score possible to Though proven to be a reliable instrument in the English-speaking population, the NDI has never been validated and culturally adapted in the Mizo language among the rural north-east Indian region where English is not spoken as means of communication. The aim is to translate and cross culturally adapt the NDI into Mizo tawng official language of Mizoram with the objective of establishing reliability and validity of the M-NDI in patients with non-specific neck pain. Methods: A total of 49 subjects participated voluntarily from the rural primary health care, Lunglei district, Mizoram. Subject having chronic non-specific neck pain lasting more than 3 months were included after taking a written formal consent.

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