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Experimental pelvic pain facilitates pain provocation tests and causes regional hyperalgesia.

This study demonstrate that the extra-articular SIJ structure accommodates nociceptors that are capable of inducing pain referral and regional hyperalgesia sensitive to manual pain provocation tests similar to what previously have been found in pelvic girdle pain patients.

Widespread pain hypersensitivity and facilitated temporal summation of deep tissue pain in whiplash associated disorder: an explorative study of women.

The results indicated widespread hyperalgesia in chronic whiplash associated disorder and facilitated temporal summation outside the primary pain area, suggesting involvement of central sensitization.

A systematic review on the effectiveness of physical and rehabilitation interventions for chronic non-specific low back pain.

Evidence from randomized controlled trials demonstrates that there is low quality evidence for the effectiveness of exercise therapy compared to usual care, there is low evidence for the effectiveness of behavioural therapy compared to no treatment and there is moderate evidence for the effectiveness of a multidisciplinary treatment compared to no treatment and other active treatments at reducing pain at short-term in the treatment of chronic low back pain.

Effectiveness of Water Physical Therapy on Pain, Pressure Pain Sensitivity, and Myofascial Trigger Points in Breast Cancer Survivors

An 8-week water therapy program was effective for improving neck and shoulder/axillary pain, and reducing the presence of TrPs in breast cancer survivors as compared with usual care; however, no significant changes in widespread pressure pain hyperalgesia were found.

Similarities between exercise-induced hypoalgesia and conditioned pain modulation in humans

This study demonstrates that exercise and cold pressor test both causes multisegmental hypoalgesia in healthy men and women. The EIH (exercise-induced hypoalgesia) response was larger in the exercising body part compared with nonexercising body parts for all exercise conditions. High-intensity exercise produced greater EIH responses than did low-intensity exercise.

Prevalence of Neuropathic Pain According to the IASP Grading System in Patients with Chronic Non-Malignant Pain

This study demonstrated that according to the new IASP grading system, less than 20% of the patients referred to a multidisciplinary pain center fulfilled the criteria for neuropathic pain. The classification of neuropathic pain with the IASP system varies from the classification of neuropathic pain with the use of a self-administered screening questionnaire.

The Effect of Pain on Physical Functioning After Breast Cancer Treatment: Development and Validation of an Assessment Tool

Udvikling og validering af et spørgeskema, der kan afdække smerternes betydning for fysisk aktivitet efter brystkræft behandling.