Interpreting joint pain: quantitative sensory testing in musculoskeletal management.

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SYNOPSIS Pain is a common complaint among clients seeking physical therapy services, yet interpretation of associated sensory changes can be difficult for the clinician. Musculoskeletal injury typically results in nociceptive pain due to noxious stimuli of the damaged muscle or joint tissues. However, with progression from acute to chronic stages, altered… (More)
DOI: 10.2519/jospt.2010.3314

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