An international research group that focuses on pain and body movement.

Central sensitisation and sensory hypo-sensitivity: a paradox or a sub-grouping?

The current definition of central sensitisation (CS) pain describes CS as manifesting in a generalised hyper-sensitivity of the somatosensory system....

July 25th, 2016
Five Requirements for Effective Pain Neuroscience Education in physiotherapy practice

Pain neuroscience has taught us that pain can be present without tissue damage, is often disproportionate to tissue damage, and that tissue damage (an...

June 1st, 2016

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Dysfunction and treatment implications regarding the pectoralis minor in shoulder impingement syndrome

The scapula plays an important role in the function of the shoulder. During humeral elevation of the arm, a complex scapular movement of upward rotati...

June 1st, 2016
Effect of joint mobilization on central pain processing in knee osteoarthritis

Knee osteoarthritis (OA) is predominately characterized by knee pain, which can lead to impaired physical function and decreased quality of life...

May 9th, 2016

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