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What drives your patients to stay physically active? What keeps them from doing so?

Intrapersonal factors such as motivation, past experiences with physical activity, levels of pain, and pain-related fear of movement could drive sedentary behavior. However, there is growing evidence that additional critical complexities surround physical activity engagement.

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