Pain Research and Management

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Table of Contents: 2010

  • Pain Research and Management -
  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 252695
  • - Review

Managing Low Back Pain in the Primary Care Setting: The Know-Do Gap

N Ann Scott | Carmen Moga | Christa Harstall
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 354868
  • - Original Article

Fibromyalgia and the Therapeutic Relationship: Where Uncertainty Meets Attitude

Sean M Hayes | Genevieve C Myhal | ... | Suzanne Murray
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 953496
  • - Original Article

Associations between Adult Attachment Dimensions And Attitudes Toward Pain Behaviour

Lachlan A McWilliams | Paul DJ Murphy | S Jeffrey Bailey
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 326507
  • - Original Article

Thresholds and Tolerance of Physical Pain Among Young Adults Who Self-Injure

Katrina McCoy | William Fremouw | Daniel W McNeil
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  • Special Issue
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  • - Article ID 952816
  • - Original Article

Disability and Borderline Personality Disorder in Chronic Pain Patients

Randy A Sansone | J David Sinclair | Michael W Wiederman
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  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 617129
  • - Original Article

The Trajectory of Chronic Pain: Can a Community-Based Exercise/Education Program Soften the Ride?

Ruth Dubin | Cheryl King-VanVlack
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 914358
  • - Review

A Research Synthesis of Therapeutic Interventions for Whiplash-Associated Disorder (WAD): Part 5 – Surgical and Injection-Based Interventions for Chronic WAD

Robert W Teasell | J Andrew McClure | ... | Barry Death
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 487279
  • - Review

A Research Synthesis of Therapeutic Interventions for Whiplash-Associated Disorder (WAD): Part 4 – Noninvasive Interventions for Chronic WAD

Robert W Teasell | J Andrew McClure | ... | Barry Death
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 108685
  • - Review

A Research Synthesis of Therapeutic Interventions for Whiplash-Associated Disorder (WAD): Part 3 – Interventions for Subacute WAD

Robert W Teasell | J Andrew McClure | ... | Barry Death
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 640164
  • - Review

A Research Synthesis of Therapeutic Interventions for Whiplash-Associated Disorder (WAD): Part 2 – Interventions for Acute WAD

Robert W Teasell | J Andrew McClure | ... | Barry Death
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  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 106593
  • - Review

A Research Synthesis of Therapeutic Interventions for Whiplash-Associated Disorder: Part 1 – Overview and Summary

Robert W Teasell | J Andrew McClure | ... | Barry Death
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 979070
  • - Editorial

Toward an Evidence-Based Approach to Whiplash Injuries

Robert W Teasell | J Andrew McClure | David Walton
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 841354
  • - Editorial

Global Year Against Musculoskeletal Pain

Kenneth D Craig
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 749275
  • - Review

Autisme et Douleur – Analyse Bibliographique

Amandine Dubois | Cécile Rattaz | ... | Amaria Baghdadli
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  • Special Issue
  • Volume 15
  • - Article ID 354812
  • - Review

Cognitive and School Functioning in Children and Adolescents with Chronic Pain: A Critical Review

Bruce D Dick | Rebecca Pillai Riddell
Pain Research and Management
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