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2024 Jun

Pain Rep




A domain-oriented approach to characterizing movement-evoked pain.


Crow JA, Joseph V, Miao G, Goodin BR, Sibille KT, Cardoso J, Bartley EJ, Staud R, Fillingim RB, Booker SQ


Movement-evoked pain (MEP) impacts a substantial proportion of US adults living with chronic pain. Evidence suggests that MEP is influenced by numerous biopsychosocial factors and mediated by mechanisms differing from those of spontaneous pain. However, both characteristic and mechanistic knowledge of MEP remain limited, hindering effective diagnosis and treatment.