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The interrater and test–retest reliability of 3 modalities of quantitative sensory testing in healthy adults and people with chronic low back pain or rheumatoid arthritis (2023)
Journal Article

Introduction: Quantitative Sensory Testing (QST) modalities used to assess central pain mechanisms require different protocols in people with different musculoskeletal conditions. Objectives: We aimed to explore the possible effects of musculo... Read More about The interrater and test–retest reliability of 3 modalities of quantitative sensory testing in healthy adults and people with chronic low back pain or rheumatoid arthritis.

P073 Comparative effectiveness of different exercise interventions on central sensitisation indices in humans: A systematic review and network meta-analysis (2023)
Journal Article

Background/Aims Exercise has shown a promising effect in reducing central sensitisation (CS), but it is unknown which exercise type is the most effective. This review aimed to rank and compare the effectiveness of different exercise interventions o... Read More about P073 Comparative effectiveness of different exercise interventions on central sensitisation indices in humans: A systematic review and network meta-analysis.

International, multidisciplinary Delphi consensus recommendations on non-pharmacological interventions for fibromyalgia (2022)
Journal Article

Objectives: To develop evidence-based expert recommendations for non-pharmacological treatments for pain, fatigue, sleep problems, and depression in fibromyalgia. Methods: An international, multidisciplinary Delphi exercise was conducted. Authors of... Read More about International, multidisciplinary Delphi consensus recommendations on non-pharmacological interventions for fibromyalgia.

Indices of central sensitisation can predict effective self-management in individuals with chronic low back pain (2020)
Presentation / Conference

Background and aims: Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is one of the most prevalent reasons people seek healthcare assistance worldwide. Guidelines for managing CLBP prioritise the development of self-management strategies, for example through cognitive b... Read More about Indices of central sensitisation can predict effective self-management in individuals with chronic low back pain.