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New Study on Movement-Evoked Pain


A new study has been published in PAIN Reports!

The study, titled “A domain-oriented approach to characterizing movement-evoked pain” is co-authored by Joshua Crow, Kimberly Sibille, Emily Bartley, Roland Staud, Roger Fillingim and Star Booker amongst others and delves into Movement-Evoked Pain (MEP)

In the study, the researchers looked at how movement-evoked pain affects individuals with chronic pain, focusing on biopsychosocial factors. They wanted to see if they could group different aspects of pain and function into categories, and how those categories relate to each other.

Overall, they found unique patterns of pain related to movement and discovered that physical activity levels were linked to several pain categories!