نتایج جستجو برای International Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain Prevention

تعداد نتایج: 7802065  
2006
Sue Ferguson, Martin Cherniack, Arun Garg, Steve Lavender, Barbara Silverstein,

Sue Ferguson, Panel Chair, Institute for Ergonomics, The Ohio State University Barbara Silverstein, Safety & Health Assessment and Research for Prevention (SHARP) Program, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries Martin Cherniack, Ergonomics Technology Center Univ. of Connecticut Health Center Arun Garg, Ind. & Manufacturing Eng. Dept, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Steve Lavender...

2016
E. Iskender, A. Sagir,

1. Department of Gastroenterology, Academic Teaching Hospital Bethesda Duisburg, Germany. 2. Department of Pathology, Academic Teaching Hospital Bethesda Duisburg, Germany. ABSTRACT Background: Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are regarded as one of the most widely prescribed medications for pain relief, treatment of rheumatic diseases and even available as over-thecounter medicin...

Journal: :The journal of pain : official journal of the American Pain Society 2014
Gregory Lieberman, Marina Shpaner, Richard Watts, Trevor Andrews, Christopher G Filippi, Marcia Davis, Magdalena R Naylor,

UNLABELLED There is emerging evidence that chronic musculoskeletal pain is associated with anatomic and functional abnormalities in gray matter. However, little research has investigated the relationship between chronic musculoskeletal pain and white matter. In this study, we used whole-brain tract-based spatial statistics and region-of-interest analyses of diffusion tensor imaging data to demo...

2011
A. Robidoux,

Slightly higher levels of 1,25(OH)2 vitamin D3 were observed at baseline in patients with pain increase, but did not significantly change during treatment; however, average levels of 25(OH) vitamin D3 increased, likely because of supplementation. Although biochemical markers did not discriminate efficiently between pain groups, a signature of 166 genes in peripheral blood mononuclear cells was ...

Journal: :Australian family physician 2007
Michael Yelland,

Musculoskeletal pain and disability are among the most common problems managed by general practitioners, and present some of the greatest challenges to general practice. Effective and efficient strategies are needed.

Journal: :Acta clinica Croatica 2011
Simeon Grazio, Diana Balen,

The use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is high and increasing worldwide. Patients usually use CAM in addition to conventional medicine, mainly to treat pain. In a large number of cases, people use CAM for chronic musculoskeletal pain as in osteoarthritis, back pain, neck pain, or fibromyalgia. Herewith, a review is presented of CAM efficacy in treating musculoskeletal pain for ...

2013
Jasvinder A Singh, Mats Brittberg, Robert Gerwin, Jasvinder Singh, Julia Funk,

Chronic musculoskeletal pain is a common cause of chronic pain, which is associated with a total cost of $635 billion per year in the U.S. Emerging evidence suggests an anti-nociceptive action of botulinum toxin, independent of its muscle paralyzing action. This review provides a summary of data from both non-randomized and randomized clinical studies of botulinum toxin in back pain and various...

2009

Introduction Key characteristics of musculoskeletal pain are (i) referred pain to distant somatic structures, (ii) deep-tissue hyperalgesia (general and localized), (iii) the transition from acute to chronic pain, and (iv) disturbed muscle function. Reliable methods for quantitative assessment of musculoskeletal characteristics are available that provide clinical mechanistic and quantitative in...

2010
Karin Pieber, Melanie Kienbauer, Roland Peceny, Martina Grim-Stieger, Tatjana Paternostro-Sluga,

The aim of the study was to evaluate the effect of combinations of several physical therapies in the treatment of musculoskeletal pain syndromes by a prospective, controlled study. Forty patients (5 men and 35 women, 18-80 years) with musculoskeletal pain syndrome were included. Thirty patients were assigned to the intervention group and 10 patients to the control group. The intervention group ...

Journal: :Reumatizam 2007
Durdica Babić-Naglić,

Chronic pain is defined as persistent pain, which can be either continuous or recurrent and of suficient duration and intensity to affect patient's well-being, level of function and quality of life. The assessment should include the use of structured instruments to determine the severity, the impact of psychosocial factors and function. Sensory, affective and cognitive factors contribute to the...

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