» Whole-brain functional network disruption in chronic pain with disk herniation
01/12/19 06:00 from PAIN - Current Issue
Brain functional network properties are globally disrupted in multiple musculoskeletal chronic pain conditions. Back pain with lumbar disk herniation (LDH) is highly prevalent and a major route for progression to chronic back pain. Howev...

» Authors' Reply: Confounding and mediation to reveal the true association between systemic inflammation and musculoskeletal pain
27/10/19 02:29 from The Spine Journal
We wholeheartedly agree with Klyne and Hodges [1] who emphasized in response to our Perspective [2] that the association between systemic inflammation and musculoskeletal pain is complex. In our Perspective, we called for a prudent inter...

» Letter to the editor concerning “Multiple confounders influence the association between low-grade systemic inflammation and musculoskeletal pain. A call for a prudent interpretation of the literature” by Schipholt et al.
27/10/19 02:29 from The Spine Journal
We read with interest the article by Schipholt et al. 2018 [1] which provides a timely perspective on controlling factors that influence the association between systemic inflammation and musculoskeletal pain. Although we agree with their...

» Trajectories of multisite musculoskeletal pain in midlife: Associations with common mental disorders
24/10/19 12:48 from European Journal of Pain
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» Sleep problems and psychological symptoms as predictors of musculoskeletal conditions in children and adolescents
17/10/19 12:28 from European Journal of Pain
European Journal of Pain, EarlyView.

» Predictors of functional outcome in musculoskeletal healthcare: An umbrella review
13/10/19 15:37 from European Journal of Pain
European Journal of Pain, EarlyView.

» Incidence of shoulder pain in 40 years old and over and associated factors: A systematic review
13/10/19 15:34 from European Journal of Pain
European Journal of Pain, EarlyView.

» Nociceptor Interleukin 33 Receptor/ST2 Signaling in Vibration-Induced Muscle Pain in the Rat
25/09/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
Occupational vibration exposure produces a condition characterized by musculoskeletal, neurological and vascular pathology, referred to as hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS).31 This condition affects up to 50% of workers who use handheld...

» Psychometric evaluation of the Optimal Screening for Prediction of Referral and Outcome Yellow Flag (OSPRO-YF) Tool: Factor Structure, Reliability, and Validity
18/09/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
Psychological characteristics consistently predict clinical outcomes for musculoskeletal pain conditions.1,3,4,24,25,36,47,55 National pain management initiatives15,57 and clinical practice guidelines11,14,37,43 recommend clinicians rout...

» Linking Nonrestorative Sleep and Activity Interference Through Pain Catastrophizing and Pain Severity: An Intraday Process Model Among Individuals With Fibromyalgia
14/09/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic widespread musculoskeletal pain condition that predominantly affects women and interferes with individuals’ daily functioning.58,80 Repeated activity interference can substantially limit one's successful ad...

» Risk factors for episodes of back pain in emerging adults. A systematic review
03/09/19 15:02 from European Journal of Pain
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» The responsiveness and interpretability of psychosocial patient‐reported outcome measures in chronic musculoskeletal pain rehabilitation
02/09/19 11:41 from European Journal of Pain
European Journal of Pain, EarlyView.

» Preferred Self-Administered Questionnaires to Assess Depression, Anxiety and Somatization in People With Musculoskeletal Pain – A Modified Delphi Study
02/09/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
Low back pain and neck pain are the leading causes of disability.14,15 Major depressive and anxiety disorders are the third and ninth leading causes of disability.14 Moreover, spinal pain, depression, and anxiety often coexist: 15 to 45%...

» Comparison of brain structure between pain-susceptible and asymptomatic individuals following experimental induction of low back pain
31/08/19 00:00 from The Spine Journal
Peripheral differences often do not adequately account for variation in reports of pain intensity in people with musculoskeletal pain.

» Proposal for Improvement of the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale for the Assessment of Emotional Distress in Patients With Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: A Bifactor and Item Response Theory Analysis
14/08/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
The link between chronic pain and mental health has long been recognized.22,29 Their association can be acknowledged at a biological, psychological, and social level, as they are thought to share common neural mechanisms,36,70 interact i...

» Corticomotor Depression is Associated With Higher Pain Severity in the Transition to Sustained Pain: A Longitudinal Exploratory Study of Individual Differences
13/06/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
The organization and function of the primary motor cortex is altered in the acute,1 transitional,2 and chronic stages of musculoskeletal pain and in chronic pain populations, altered motor cortex plasticity is associated with pain severi...

» Predicting Opioid Use, Increased Health Care Utilization and High Costs for Musculoskeletal Pain: What Factors Mediate Pain Intensity and Disability?
12/06/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
Best practice management of musculoskeletal pain is changing rapidly in response to recent health care reform initiatives. First and broadly in health care, value-based purchasing has incentivized high quality, low cost care.4,7 As a res...

» Psychometric properties of the Dutch-Flemish Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System Pain Behavior item bank in patients with musculoskeletal complaints
09/05/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
Pain behaviors are external manifestations of experiencing pain, such as sighing or crying and verbal reports of pain; they also include pain severity behaviors such as resting, guarding, facial expressions, and asking for help. Pain beh...

» Pain-Induced Reduction in Corticomotor Excitability Is Counteracted by Combined Action-Observation and Motor Imagery
08/05/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
Pain education and exercise are interventions known to assist recovery of function in patients with musculoskeletal pain.6,37 However, it remains unknown how to target the well-established sensorimotor changes occurring in response to ac...

» Pain-Related Fear, Pain Intensity and Function in Individuals With Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
04/05/19 00:00 from The Journal of Pain
Chronic pain is a global health issue.48 The most prevalent chronic pain condition is chronic musculoskeletal pain (MSK).22 The global prevalence of chronic MSK ranges from 11.4 to 60%.28 It is the second cause of physical and work disab...

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