Combining partial vascular occlusion (PVO) with low to moderate-intensity resistance exercise training may be a way for patients with knee OA to participate in quadriceps strengthening.
Low Load Exercises With Partial Vascular Occlusion Effective for OA Knee Pain
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• In a 2016 survey of the United States population, 6% of children had chronic pain• Chronic pain was associated with greater odds of using emergency care in past year• Chronic pain was also associated with higher out-of-pocket medical expenses• Chronic pain was not associated with increased odds of using mental health services
The incidence of chronic postoperative abdominal pain (CPAP) after abdominal surgery is estimated at 11%. CPAP is associated with an increase of gastrointestinal symptoms and decreases overall quality of life 5, 10. Around 30% of patients after gastrointestinal surgery report having pain-related interference with mood, sleep and enjoyment of life and 12% visit the emergency […]
I read with great interest the article by Charier et al,2 describing the increase in pupillary size variation (PSV) associated with labor pain. A method of objectively measuring pain has obvious and profound clinical applications. The hypothesis that pain and pupil size variation could be related is quite reasonable, because it has recently been shown that […]