Neck Muscle Stiffness Measured With Shear Wave Elastography in Women With Chronic Nonspecific Neck Pain

Journal of Orthopaedic&Sports Physical Therapy,Volume 50, Issue 4, Page 179-188, April 2020.
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Journal of Orthopaedic&Sports Physical Therapy,Volume 50, Issue 6, Page 301-308, June 2020.
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AbstractPurpose of ReviewTo provide an overview of the current complementary and alternative (CAM) treatment options for women with chronic pelvic pain (CPP).Recent FindingsRecent studies on chronic pain at cellular, molecular, and network level and their interaction with the immune system have unfolded several mechanisms for pain making it promising to explore the alternative paradigm to manage the incredibly complex chronic pelvic pain condition where multifactorial etiology often limits successful outcomes.SummaryThe multifactorial nature and complexity in establishing the underlying diagnosis in CPP limit predictable r...
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Cognition is an important function of the brain that enables us to acquire and process information, to enhance our understanding of thoughts, experiences, and our senses. Any condition that affects our ability to think, reason, memorize, or be attentive affects our cognitive ability. Some cognitive decline is a normal part of aging, but there are many things you can do to prevent or forestall cognitive changes as you age, including when planning for surgery. Older adults are having more surgical procedures As our population ages and medicine and healthcare advances, more older adults are likely to develop serious condition...
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This study provides important new information about intrapersonal and interpersonal contributors to race disparities in chronic pain care. These findings suggest that intergroup anxiety and the resulting situational discomfort encroach on the clinical decision-making process by influencing white providers' decisions about which pain treatments to recommend to black patients. Should these findings be replicated in future studies, they would support interventions to help providers become more aware of their trait-level intergroup anxiety and manage their state-level reactions to patients who are racially/ethnically different from themselves.
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Condition:   Neck Pain Interventions:   Other: Routine Physical Therapy with Thoracic mobility exercise;   Other: Routıne Physıcal therapy Sponsors:   Government College University Faisalabad;   Memoona Azhar;   Wajid Khalil;   Awais Bin Inam Not yet recruiting
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Condition:   Neck Pain Interventions:   Other: Routine Physical Therapy with Thoracic mobility exercise;   Other: Routıne Physıcal therapy Sponsor:   Government College University Faisalabad Not yet recruiting
Source: ClinicalTrials.gov - Category: Research Source Type: clinical trials
Condition:   Neck Pain Interventions:   Other: Routine Physical Therapy with Thoracic mobility exercise;   Other: Routıne Physıcal therapy Sponsors:   Government College University Faisalabad;   Memoona Azhar;   Wajid Khalil;   Awais Bin Inam Not yet recruiting
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Condition:   Neck Pain Interventions:   Other: Routine Physical Therapy with Thoracic mobility exercise;   Other: Routıne Physıcal therapy Sponsor:   Government College University Faisalabad Recruiting
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This article reviews the current evidence for the use of transcranial direct current (tDCS) and repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) to improve outcomes in chronic pain. Finally, we introduce the reader to novel stimulation methods that may improve therapeutic outcomes in chronic pain.Recent FindingsWhile tDCS is approved for treatment of fibromyalgia in Canada and the European Union, no NIBS method is currently approved for chronic pain in the USA. Increasing sample sizes in randomized clinical trials (RCTs) seems the most efficient way to increase confidence in initial promising results. Trends at funding ...
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