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80.2 Temporal Summation of Mechanical Pain Prospectively Predicts Movement-Evoked Pain in a Sample of Individuals with Chronic Low Back Pain

What:
Student Poster
When:
11:00 AM, Friday 8 Nov 2019 (1 hour 50 minutes)
Where:
Grand Ballroom A/B
How:
Tags:
Social & Behavioral SciencesHonors PedagogyExperiential Learning
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The objective was to determine whether temporal summation (TS) of mechanical pain predicts movement-evoked pain in individuals with chronic lower back pain (cLBP).  Findings revealed that enhanced TS of mechanical pain significantly predicted greater movement-evoked pain. Enhanced pain facilitatory processes may contribute to enhanced movement-evoked pain in individuals with cLBP.

Participant
University of Alabama at Birmingham