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Whiplash Injury: Perspectives on the Development of Chronic Pain.


Whiplash Injury: Perspectives on the Development of Chronic Pain

Edited by Helge Kasch, Dennis Turk, and Troels S. Jensen

Wolters Kluwer


242 pages



The International Association for the Study of Pain's 2014 Research Symposium addressed the biopsychosocial factors in the development and course of chronic pain after a whiplash injury, and discussed whether whiplash injury might be a good model for the set of dysfunctional pain conditions. The proceedings contain 14 papers on such topics as pain signaling systems from injured cervical facet joints, reorganizing motor and sensorimotor control in whiplash and implications for training, how to prevent the transition from acute to chronic pain after whiplash injury, improving psychologically oriented treatments for whiplash associated disorders, and manual and exercise therapies. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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Date:Feb 1, 2016
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