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Differences in pain processing between patients that recover from a whiplash injury and those developing chronic pain are already present in the early phase

n the acute phase after whiplash injury, most patients report pain and disability. Usually, these complaints reduce gradually within the first three m...

February 2nd, 2021
The transition from acute to chronic non-specific low back pain: fear avoidance vs endurance

It is important to increase our understanding of the mechanisms underlying the transition from acute to chronic non-specific low back pain (NSLBP) to ...

January 28th, 2021

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Improving care by integrating sociocultural factors within physiotherapy practice; 
the CuPiD project

Non-specific musculoskeletal pain is highly prevalent, with point estimations up to 51% in Europe1,2. Percentages are higher in women than in men3 and...

January 20th, 2021
Chronic pain during COVID-19: the consequences of social isolation on pain.

COVID-19, a highly infectious disease that was first reported in Wuhan in China in December 2019, has definitely changed our behaviour. COVID-19 is ca...

December 2nd, 2020

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