In patients with chronic spinal pain, neuroscience education coupled with cognitive motor control training may result in greater improvements in pain, central sensitization, and disability compared with standard physiotherapy.
Interbrain coupling of areas implicated in pain processing may be enhanced when romantic partners hold hands while 1 of the 2 is subjected to pain.
Pain management in athletes requires a clear understanding of the different types of pain and various factors that can contribute to pain in this population.
Post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms following motor vehicle collisions contribute substantially to ongoing axial pain throughout the year following the accident.
An individual's pain experience depends on a complex interaction between various biological, environmental, psychological, and societal factors.
Improved classification of chronic pain offers the opportunity to more effectively blend psychological intervention with a biomedical approach to manage chronic pain.
This biopsychosocial approach emphasizes a management approach to a disorder, as opposed to a "curative" one.
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