Epi-perineurial anatomy, innervation, and axonal nociceptive mechanisms.

@article{Bove2008EpiperineurialAI,
  title={Epi-perineurial anatomy, innervation, and axonal nociceptive mechanisms.},
  author={Geoffrey M Bove},
  journal={Journal of bodywork and movement therapies},
  year={2008},
  volume={12 3},
  pages={185-90}
}
Nerves are usually viewed as simple conduits of electrical signals to make muscles move and enable sensation. However, recent data have shown that the axons within nerves are capable of responding to their environment. Nerves have a very specialized anatomy and physiology, and are capable of mediating certain types of pain. This synopsis introduces the reader to these concepts, which can be incorporated into clinical decision-making. 
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