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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.04.007
The effect of acupressure therapy on pain, stiffness and physical functioning of knees among older adults diagnosed with osteoarthritis: A pilot randomized control trial

Nabi Akbarnezhad · Farahnaz Mohammadi Shahboulaghi · Hamid Reza Khankeh · Yahya Sokhangouie · Akbar Biglarian · Shokoufeh Modanloo ·

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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.100932
The effect of Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation on Pain, Muscle Strength, Balance, and Gait in Individuals with Dementia: A Double Blind, Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Suk-Chan Hahm · Hye Rim Suh · Hwi-young Cho ·

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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.100928
Clinical efficacy of spa therapy (balneotherapy) for chronic low back pain: A randomized single-blind trial

Z Didem Takinacı · Mine Karagülle · Halim Issever · M. Zeki Karagülle ·

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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.100954
Acute effect of Korean hand acupuncture on neck pain: A randomized controlled preliminary study

Eva Belinha Teixeira · Maria João Santos · Bruno Ramos · Jorge Machado · Maria Begoña Criado ·

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European Journal of Integrative Medicine - DOI: 10.1016/J.EUJIM.2019.100951
Identifying the optimal timing of preoperative electroacupuncture for postoperative nausea and vomiting and pain in patients undergoing laparoscopic gynecologic surgery: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Sha Li · Guang Yang · Man Zheng · Wenzhong Wu · Jie Guo · Zhen Zheng ·

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João Alcantara de Freitas Universidade Federal Fluminense Bazil Rachel Aldred University of Westminster UK Mikhail Alexseev San Diego State University USA Carla Angulo-Pasel Wilfrid Laurier University Canada Kafui Attoh City University of New York USA Matilde Azcarate-Cordoba University of California, San Diego USA Marimar Azcona University of Zaragoza Spain Kaya Barry Griffith University Australia Hanna Baumann University College, London UK Ditte Bendix Lanng Aalborg Univeristy Denmark Thomas Birtchnell University of Wollongong Australia David Bissell University of Melbourne Australia Stanley Blue Lancaster University UK Cristóbal Bonelli IHE Delft Institute for Water Education Netherlands Panos Bourlessas Università degli Studi di Torino Italy Noelle Brigden Marquette University USA Kathy Burrell Liverpool University UK Gareth Butler Flinders University Australia Peter Chambers RMIT University Australia Anita Chan Education University of Hong Kong China Diotma Chattoraj University of Brunei Daressalaam Brunei Oana Ciobanu Université de Genève Switzerland Margherita Cisani University of Padua Italy Yui Fai Chow Hong Kong Baptist University China William Clayton University of the West of England UK Jon Coaffee University of Warwick UK Marie Cohen New Jersey Institute of Technology USA Scott Cohen University of Surrey UK Stephanie Condon Institut National D’Etudes Demographiques France Nancy Cook Brock University USA Simon Cook Birmingham City University UK Sebastian Cobarrubias University of North Carolina in Charlotte USA Anne Cronin Lancaster University UK Gregg Culver Heidelberg University Germany Miguel Diaz-Barriga University of Richmond USA Alexa Delbosc Monash University Australia Martin Dodge Manchester University UK Brendan Doody University of Oxford UK Pamela Downe University of Saskatchewan Canada Tara Duncan University of Dalarna Sweden Tim Edensor Manchester Metropolitan University UK Theresa Enright University of Toronto Canada Bethan Evans University of Liverpool UK Adam Fish University of New South Wales Australia Daniel Fisher James Hutton Institute UK MOBILITIES 2019, VOL.

Referees who reported for Mobilities from 1 September 2018–31 August 2019 [10.1080/17450101.2019.1683320]


Intrathecal drug delivery system (IDDS) is a targeted therapy system for treating pain and muscle spasm and is recommended for the treatment of chronic non-malignant pain which does not respond to optimal medical management and also for intractable cancer pain and for spasticity.

ESRA19-0704 PRO [10.1136/rapm-2019-esraabs2019.29]


Conditioned pain modulation (CPM) measures the efficiency of endogenous pain inhibition and is regarded as a systemic effect.

(158) Responders and Non-Responders of Conditioned Pain Modulation May Depend On Testing Site and Repeated Measurement [10.1016/J.JPAIN.2019.01.076]


PURPOSE This study aimed to determine the pain response rates after conventional radiation therapy (RT) for painful bone metastases in prospective nonrandomized studies, which better reflect daily practice than randomized controlled trials.

Pain Response Rates After Conventional Radiation Therapy for Bone Metastases in Prospective Nonrandomized Studies: A Systematic Review. [10.1016/j.prro.2018.11.006]


We found that the biomarker is selective because it did not predict pain after laparoscopic hernia repair and was not associated with pain sensitivity to experimentally applied noxious thermal stimuli.

CACNG2 polymorphisms associate with chronic pain after mastectomy [10.1097/j.pain.0000000000001432]


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