Motor control adjustments in musculoskeletal pain and the implications for pain recurrence.

@article{ArendtNielsen2009MotorCA,
  title={Motor control adjustments in musculoskeletal pain and the implications for pain recurrence.},
  author={Lars Arendt-Nielsen and Deborah Falla},
  journal={Pain},
  year={2009},
  volume={142 3},
  pages={171-2}
}
It is evident that musculoskeletal pain modulates motor performance. This has been demonstrated in animal models, human experimental models and in clinical studies. Animal models for motor control adaptations to pain. Animal data have provided evidence that muscle pain facilitates the fusimotor system [16] and produces significant changes in the proprioceptive properties of movement-related neurons [3]. A model explaining the interaction between the muscle pain and the fusimotor system and its… CONTINUE READING
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