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Martin Linder asks "Could telling right from left be a way forward in low back pain?" http://www.bodyinmind.org/laterality-judgment-low-back-pain/
Assessing laterality judgments combined with motor, sensory and body image evaluations could be a way to further clarify their relationship with LBP.
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Body size of an embodied avatar modulates physiological response to pain. Daniele Romano looks at whether modification of body representation could help people with chronic pain syndromes.
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Daniele Romano's new study investigates the relationship between how our own body is represented in the brain and how we process painful stimuli.
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Janet Bultitude on Does mirror box therapy reduce sensitivity to touch?
Mirror box therapy is used in treating phantom limb pain, CRPS and paralysis after stroke but only appears to help a small proportion of patients at present
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Mary O’Keeffe and Kieran O’Sullivan on What’s best for chronic spinal back pain? Physical, behavioural/psychologically or combined interventions? http://www.bodyinmind.org/spinal-back-pain-interventions/
Comparative effectiveness of conservative interventions for non-specific chronic spinal pain: Physical, behavioural/psychologically informed or combined?
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Ben Darlow on Putting Physical Activity While Experiencing Low Back Pain in Context http://www.bodyinmind.org/activity-low-back-pain/
Putting Physical Activity While Experiencing Low Back Pain in Context: Balancing the Risks and Benefits.
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The existence of positional faults of the intra-pelvic joints (sacroiliac joints, symphysis pubis) resulting in pelvic asymmetries remains a hotly debated topic amongst clinicians and researchers in the field of pelvic girdle pain. Check Chapter 46 in the…
Existence of positional faults of the intra-pelvic joints resulting in pelvic asymmetries remains a hotly debated topic amongst clinicians and researchers.
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Lately more and more research has indicated changes in cortical processing and disruptions of bodily representations in patients with low back pain (LBP). Among these findings, which have also been noted with other painful conditions, is impaired…
Assessing laterality judgments combined with motor, sensory and body image evaluations could be a way to further clarify their relationship with LBP.
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Nociceptive stimuli are processed through specific sensory pathways. Nonetheless, pain perception is highly subjective, and the amount of pain we feel depends on many things, including whether or not we are able to see the relevant body part. Indeed,…
Daniele Romano's new study investigates the relationship between how our own body is represented in the brain and how we process painful stimuli.
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Mirror box therapy is best known for its use in treating phantom limb pain, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), and paralysis after stroke. It only appears to help a small proportion of patients [1] and understanding the sensory processes that occur…
Mirror box therapy is used in treating phantom limb pain, CRPS and paralysis after stroke but only appears to help a small proportion of patients at present
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Non-specific chronic spinal pain (NSCSP), particularly low back pain (LBP) and neck pain (NP), results in significant personal, social and economic burden(here and here).[1,2] Our research group has recently published a systematic review and…
Comparative effectiveness of conservative interventions for non-specific chronic spinal pain: Physical, behavioural/psychologically informed or combined?
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Participating in physical activity is an important part of recovering from low back pain. The fear-avoidance model I often used to explain the way in which people who have pain approach activity. This model proposes that when someone experiences pain they…
Putting Physical Activity While Experiencing Low Back Pain in Context: Balancing the Risks and Benefits.
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Sex Differences in Knee Osteoarthritis: Not Just a Joint Issue by Emily Bartley http://www.bodyinmind.org/sex-differences-knee-osteoarthritis/
Enhanced pain sensitivity among individuals with symptomatic knee osteoarthritis: Potential sex differences in central sensitization
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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