PT Inquest 46: Bogus Visual Feedback and Chronic Neck Pain

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In Episode 46 we look at the effect of bogus visual feedback on chronic neck pain. Nociceptors, central sensitization – is this now something else? What effect does this information have on the care of these patients? Also, zombies.

Bogus Visual Feedback Alters Onset of Movement-Evoked Pain in People With Neck Pain.
Harvie DS, Broecker M, Smith RT, Meulders A, Madden VJ, Moseley GL.
Psychological Science. Published online before print February 17, 2015, doi: 10.1177/0956797614563339.

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Music for Episode 46:
“The Science of Selling Yourself Short” by Less Than Jake
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