Musculoskeletal Pain & Analgesia Recommendations
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- » Non-pharmacological management of musculoskeletal pain
- » Sex differences in deep tissue pain
- » Therapeutics of osteoarthritis (incl. fibromyalgia/chronic fatigue syndrome)
Pain catastrophizing can modulate pain perception, but it has been unclear whether spinal mechanisms are involved. This is a well-performed and highly relevant study showing that catastrophizing modulates pain at the supra spinal level.
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