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Kinesiophobia is associated with pain intensity but not pain sensitivity before and after exercise: an explorative analysis

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 29/05/2018

Objective To compare clinical pain intensity, exercise performance, pain sensitivity and the effect of aerobic and isometric exercise on local and remote pressure pain thresholds (PPTs) in ...

Symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalopathy are not determined by activity pacing when measured by the chronic pain coping inventory

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 27/02/2018

Objectives Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalopathy (CFS/ME) is a chronic illness which can cause significant fatigue, pain and disability. Activity pacing is frequently advocated as a ...

PPA study day: Beliefs and expectations can influence the effect of exercise on pain

News item - Posted on 30/01/2018

30 January 2018 Exercise can help people with persistent pain, but their expectations and beliefs can affect the outcome, ...

PPA study day: Physio professor outlines new model of pain

News item - Posted on 30/01/2018

30 January 2018 Physiotherapists need a new model of pain that takes account of a ‘predictive’ sensory and cognitive interaction, and ...

Effect of cryotherapy on relief of perineal pain after vaginal childbirth with episiotomy: a randomized and controlled clinical trial

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 28/11/2017

Objective Verify the effectiveness of cryotherapy in relieving perineal pain in women after vaginal delivery with episiotomy. Design Randomized controlled clinical trial. ...

Does continuous infusion of local anaesthesia improve pain control and walking distance after coronary artery bypass graft surgery? A randomised controlled trial

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 28/11/2017

Objectives To evaluate the effects of continuous infusion of ropivacaine compared to sham infusion or usual care on pain scores before and after physiotherapy treatment, distance walked and time ...

Physio findings: exercise pain doesn’t equal tissue damage

Frontline article - Posted on 17/07/2017

Caroline White and Katherine Jones report on the lastest physio research findings. ...

In review: sports medicine book and other items

Frontline article - Posted on 19/06/2017

Frontline samples a selection of books and other resources. Featured book: Clinical sports medicine (5th edition), ...

Ousted pain expert gains acknowledgement for his work

News item - Posted on 01/06/2017

1 June 2017 A leading pain professor and physiotherapist has been given a surprise honorary membership of the British Pain Society – ...

Does treatment by a specialist physiotherapist change pain and function in young adults with symptoms from femoroacetabular impingement? A pilot project for a randomised controlled trial

Physiotherapy Journal article - Posted on 25/05/2017

Aim Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is recognised as a source of hip pain but the effect of conservative treatment remains untested. This pilot study aimed to inform and evaluate the methods ...

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