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- Genetics and the placebo effect: the placebome
- Suffering as an independent component of pain
- Transforming the thermal grill effect by crossing the finger
- Visual feedback alters onset of movement-evoked pain
- Neuroscience in court: The painful truth
- Supervised walking for chronic back pain in physiotherapy
- On the importance of being vocal
- Test–retest reliability of pain drawings
- Data interpretation in analgesic clinical trials
- Pregabalin for neurogenic claudication
- A critical evaluation of the trigger point phenomenon
- Isometric exercises reduce temporal summation of pain
- Modulation of pain threshold by virtual body ownership
- Acupuncture for chronic knee pain
- Expectations and positive feelings and neuropathic pain
- Why do people experience pain differently?
- Multidisciplinary biopsychosocial rehabilitation for CLBP
- Efficacy of paracetamol for acute low-back pain
- Imaging, clinical evidence of sensorimotor problems in CRPS
- Is the pain VAS linear and responsive to change?
- Understanding pain
- Effect of diet and exercise on knee joint loads
- Whole-body mapping of spatial acuity for pain and touch
- Increased sensitivity to physical activity among individuals with knee osteoarthritis
- Comprehensive physiotherapy exercise programme or advice for chronic whiplash
- Automatic decoding of facial movements reveals deceptive pain expressions
- Contributions of psychology to the understanding and treatment of people with chronic pain
- Evolution of the Neuromatrix Theory of Pain
- Managing Injuries of the Neck Trial (MINT): a randomised controlled trial of treatments for whiplash injuries
- Incongruent mirror feedback can induce the feeling of supernumery limbs in healthy participants.
- Intense pain soon after wrist fracture strongly predicts who will develop complex regional pain syndrome: prospective cohort study
- Glia and pain: is chronic pain a gliopathy?
- Picturing pain in the brain: fMRI-based biomarkers for pain
- Quantitative sensory testing in painful osteoarthritis
- Facilitation of pain in the human spinal cord by nocebo treatment.
- Body image distortions in healthy adults.
- The Pain Course: a randomised controlled trial of a clinician-guided Internet-delivered cognitive behaviour therapy program for managing chronic pain and emotional well-being.
- Beyond metaphor: contrasting mechanisms of social and physical pain.
- The osteoarthritis knee model: psychophysical characteristics and putative outcomes.
- Longitudinal relationships between anxiety, depression, and pain: Results from a two-year cohort study of lower extremity trauma patients.
- Review of neuropathic pain screening and assessment tools.
- Shape shifting pain: chronification of back pain shifts brain representation from nociceptive to emotional circuits.
- Sensory symptoms in restless legs syndrome: the enigma of pain.
- Pain management in older adults
- How to erase memory traces of pain and fear.
- Site-specific visual feedback reduces pain perception.
- Lidocaine patch (5%) is no more potent than placebo in treating chronic back pain when tested in a randomised double blind placebo controlled brain imaging study.
- Assessing tactile acuity in rheumatology and musculoskeletal medicine--how reliable are two-point discrimination tests at the neck, hand, back and foot?
- Pain Physiology Education Improves Health Status and Endogenous Pain Inhibition in Fibromyalgia: A Double-Blind Randomized Controlled Trial.
- Enhanced pain modulation among triathletes: A possible explanation for their exceptional capabilities.