Self-regulation of acute experimental pain with and without biofeedback using spinal nociceptive responses.

@article{Arsenault2013SelfregulationOA,
  title={Self-regulation of acute experimental pain with and without biofeedback using spinal nociceptive responses.},
  author={M Arsenault and Mathieu Pich{\'e} and Gary H. Duncan and Pierre Rainville},
  journal={Neuroscience},
  year={2013},
  volume={231},
  pages={102-10}
}
Biofeedback training is an efficient means to gain control over a physiological function typically considered involuntary. Accordingly, learning to self-regulate nociceptive physiological activity may improve pain control by activating endogenous modulatory processes. The aim of the present study was to assess whether trial-by-trial visual feedback of nociceptive flexion reflex (RIII-reflex) responses (an index of spinal nociception) evoked by brief painful shocks applied to the sural nerve… CONTINUE READING
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