French Translation and Validation of the Victorian Institute of Sports Assessment for Gluteal Tendinopathy Questionnaire

Charlotte Beaudart, Mario Gillier, Stephen Bornheim, Julien Van Beveren, Olivier Bruyère, Jean François Kaux

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Background: Developed in 2015, the Victorian Institute for Sport Assessment for Gluteal Tendinopathy (VISA-G) is the first patient-reported outcome measure tool specifically designed to measure the severity of disability associated with greater trochanteric pain syndrome. There is currently no French version of the VISA-G questionnaire. Objective: To translate the VISA-G questionnaire into French (VISA-GF) and to test its psychometric performances. Design: Cross-sectional study, validation study. Setting: Clinics in Liège, Belgium and in France. Patients: Participants with greater trochanteric pain syndrome and control asymptomatic participants. Interventions: Not applicable. Main Outcome Measures: French translation of the VISA-G and psychometric performances of the questionnaire tested using internal consistency, construct validity and test–retest reliability with a 7-day interval. Results: The eight items of the VISA-G questionnaire were translated without any difficulties. The psychometric validation study included 106 participants (median age 53 [58-64] years old, 65 women [61.3%]). The questionnaire discriminates well between pathologic (n = 52) and asymptomatic participants (n = 54). Moreover, we found a good internal consistency and excellent test–retest reliability for the VISA-GF questionnaire. We also confirmed the construct validity and did not find any floor or ceiling effects. Conclusions: The VISA-GF has been shown to be a valid and reliable way to measure the severity of disability associated with greater trochanteric pain syndrome in French-speaking participants.

langue originaleAnglais
Pages (de - à)137-143
Nombre de pages7
journalPM and R
Volume13
Numéro de publication2
Les DOIs
Etat de la publicationPublié - févr. 2021
Modification externeOui

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