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Musculoskeletal Pain

Basic Mechanisms & Implications
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October 6, 2014
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  • Description
    Musculoskeletal Pain: Basic Mechanisms and Implications presents state-of-the-art research into the peripheral and central neurobiological mechanisms in musculoskeletal pain. Presented in three main sections, this publication will update the reader on the clinical perspectives in musculoskeletal conditions; muscle, joint, bone, and fascia nociception; and translational musculoskeletal pain and quantitative models.
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    October 6, 2014
  • Thomas Graven-Nielsen DMSc, PhD, M Sc EE

    Thomas Graven-Nielsen, DMSc, PhD, M Sc EE, is a full professor in human pain neuroscience at the Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction (SMI), Department of Health Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine, Aalborg University, Denmark. Since 2006, he has been head of the International Doctoral School in Medicine, Biomedical Science, and Technology at Aalborg University. He is also chair of IASP’s Special Interest Group on Musculoskeletal Pain. He has published substantially within the musculoskeletal pain field, focusing on pain models, biomarkers, and assessment technologies to study muscle and joint pain, referred pain, deep-tissue hyperalgesia, and muscle function during musculoskeletal pain.

    Lars Arendt-Nielsen DMSc, PhD

    Lars Arendt-Nielsen, DMSc, PhD, is full professor in translational pain research, founder, and director of the International Center for Sensory-Motor Interaction (SMI), Aalborg University, Denmark. He is also the founder and director of R&D at the clinical trial unit, C4Pain. He has delivered more than 200 keynote lectures at international conferences and has published more than 840 peer-reviewed journal papers on experimental and clinical assessment of pain and on application of human pain biomarkers in drug development. Has served on the IASP Council, as co-chair of the IASP Global Year Against Musculoskeletal Pain in 2010, and is on the board of IASP Press. He is chair-elect of IASP’s Special Interest Group on Musculoskeletal Pain. In 2007, he was knighted by the Danish Queen for his contribution to science.

  • Table of contents
    Part I: Clinical Perspectives in Musculoskeletal Conditions
    Chapter 1: Myofascial Pain Syndrome
    Chapter 2: The Relation Between Structural Joint Pathology and Joint Pain
    Chapter 3: Tendinopathy Pain
    Chapter 4: Low Back Pain Characteristics and Changes in Lumbar Muscle Structure
    Chapter 5: Neck Pain: Some Clinical and Epidemiological Aspects Concerning Nonspecific Neck Pain
    Chapter 6: Whiplash Injury Pain
    Chapter 7: Shoulder Pain
    Chapter 8: Referred Muscular Hyperalgesia in Visceral Pain Conditions
    Chapter 9: Deep Tissue Hyperalgesia in Persistent Postsurgical Pain
    Chapter 10: Mechanisms of Pain in Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis
    Part II: Musculoskeletal Nociception: Basic Findings
    Chapter 11: Physiological Properties of Muscle Nociceptors
    Chapter 12: Peripheral Fascial Nociceptors and Their Spinal Projections
    Chapter 13: Receptors Relevant for Joint Nociception
    Chapter 14: Bone-Related Nociception
    Chapter 15: Facilitated Mechanical Response of Muscle Nociceptors After Exercise: Involvement of Neurotrophic Factors
    Chapter 16: Modulation of Muscle Spindle Activity by Muscle Pain
    Chapter 17: Incision-Induced Nociceptive Effects in Deep Tissue
    Chapter 18: Mechanisms of Nociception in Models of Osteoarthritic Pain
    Chapter 19: Sex-Related Differences in Muscle Nociceptor Properties
    Chapter 20: Sensitization of Muscle Nociceptors and Central Sensitization Resulting from Nociceptive Input from Muscle
    Chapter 21: Widespread Chronic Pain: Underlying Mechanisms and Clinical Implications
    Chapter 22: Glial Cells in Musculoskeletal Pain
    Part III: Translational Musculoskeletal Pain and Quantitative Models
    Chapter 23: Assessment of Musculoskeletal Pain Mechanisms and Relevant Human Experimental Models
    Chapter 24: Peripheral Algesic Substances in Musculoskeletal Pain Assessed by Microdialysis
    Chapter 25: Mechanisms Underlying Extraterritorial and Widespread Sensitization: From Animal to Chronic Pain
    Chapter 26: Reorganized Motor Control at Cortical, Subcortical, and Spinal Levels in Neck and Low Back Pain
    Chapter 27: Sex-Related Differences in Clinical and Experimental Muscle Pain 457 buy
    Chapter 28: The Hypoalgesic Effects of Exercise: Characteristics, Mechanisms, and Implications for Chronic Pain
    Chapter 29: Central Processing of Acute and Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: Brain Imaging Studies
    Chapter 30: Predicting Development of Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain: Contrasting the Brain Imaging Viewpoint with Classical Models
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