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Specific autoantibodies in patients with longstanding CRPS
Longstanding complex regional pain syndrome, CRPS, is associated with activating autoantibodies against alpha-1a adrenoceptors.
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Painful view on motor actions in CRPS. New post by Jaakko Hotta
Patients with complex regional pain syndrome, CRPS, overestimate applied force in observed hand actions
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Pain Science and Sensibility Episode 2: New Theory of Chronic Pain. In episode 2, Sandy and Cory discuss the “Imprecision Hypothesis of Chronic Pain” recently published by Lorimer Moseley and Johan Vlaeyen.
In episode 2, Sandy and Cory discuss the “Imprecision Hypothesis of Chronic Pain” recently published by Lorimer Moseley and Johan Vlaeyen. Potential clinical implications are discussed as well as a rebuttal that has already been submitted. Hard hitting questions are tackled, like “Is pain a ...
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Last year I told you about a trial where we compared the brain’s activity during pain processing in the fMRI scanner before or after the application of an electrical brain stimulation technique (transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS)). The result…
Effectiveness of transcranial direct current stimulation preceding cognitive behavioural management for chronic low back pain
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This is my second post based on a perspectives piece David Butler and I wrote for the Journal of Pain. You can get the gist of it by just reading the bolded sentences. It is some time now since John Loeser adapted Engel’s biopsychosocial model to fit it…
15 Years of Explaining Pain, the past, present and future. Lorimer Moseley, David Butler. Part one.
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David Butler on The Perils of Explaining Pain
I notice more and more as I read and talk to people and look at the various handouts that practitioners send us at NOI, that we are going through a bastardisation of the Explain Pain work. Dumbed d...
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We recently published a study on antibodies found in the blood of patients with longstanding Complex Regional Pain Syndrome [1]. Antibodies are substances produced by the body’s immune system. Their best-known role is to fight infection. However sometimes…
Longstanding complex regional pain syndrome, CRPS, is associated with activating autoantibodies against alpha-1a adrenoceptors.
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Imagine you sprained your wrist. It’s aching, swollen and reddish. You want to move the hand to see if it is ok, but the fear of pain makes you hesitate and it takes extra effort to do it. Even thinking about movement can be unpleasant and you focus on…
Patients with complex regional pain syndrome, CRPS, overestimate applied force in observed hand actions
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tDCS – the bigger picture. The effectiveness of transcranial direct current stimulation before cognitive behavioural management for chronic low back pain. New blog post by Kerstin Luedtke
Effectiveness of transcranial direct current stimulation preceding cognitive behavioural management for chronic low back pain
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Explain Pain 15 years in: historical and theoretical underpinnings. Part two of Lorimer Moseley's series
15 Years of Explaining Pain, the past, present and future. Lorimer Moseley, David Butler. Part two.
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Anyone with tendon pain will tell you, it’s a pain in the butt (hamstring tendon pain that is). If it’s your Achilles tendon, the mornings are a struggle and you may have stopped walking, running or playing with your kids. For the athlete, pain relating…
Isometric exercise induces analgesia and reduces inhibition in patellar tendinopathy
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15 years of Explaining Pain – where have we been and where are we going? In a recent perspectives piece available pre-publication in the Journal of Pain, Lorimer Moseley and David Butler reflect on the journey that Explaining Pain has made from pretty humble beginnings to being cited in evidence-based guidelines around the world.
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Research into the brain and mind in pain disorders
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Lorimer Moseley and collaborators explore how the body, brain and mind interact in complex pain disorders