Peripheral and central sensitization in shoulder pain

Do patients with unilateral shoulder pain show a uniform pattern of sensitization?

The influence of central and peripheral sensitization processes on perception of pain, recovery and the development of chronic pain are recently receiving attention in clinical research. This study employed several experimental pain sensitivity testing procedures to investigate if response to pain in the affected and non-affected side of patients with shoulder pain differed from those in asymptomatic controls.

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