Pain represents a common problem in the setting of neurorehabilitation, in that it is a common outcome measure but may also have a negative effect on motor and cognitive outcomes. Guidelines, expert opinions or consensus statements on pain in neurorehabilitation are largely lacking. The Italian Consensus Conference on Pain in Neurorehabilitation (ICCPN) was promoted to answer some questions on this topic, and its recommendations may offer practical and useful information and represent the basis for future studies on pain in neurorehabilitation.

Time for a Consensus Conference on pain in neurorehabilitation

TAMBURIN, Stefano;SMANIA, Nicola;BONADIMAN, SILVIA;BRUGNERA, ANNALISA;Castellazzi, Paola;GANDOLFI, MariaLuisa;LOBBA, DAVIDE;Magrinelli, Francesca;Modenese, Angela;MONACO, Salvatore;PICELLI, Alessandro;SCHWEIGER, Vittorio;TINAZZI, Michele;Vallies, Gabriella;Verzini, Elisabetta;
2016

Abstract

Pain represents a common problem in the setting of neurorehabilitation, in that it is a common outcome measure but may also have a negative effect on motor and cognitive outcomes. Guidelines, expert opinions or consensus statements on pain in neurorehabilitation are largely lacking. The Italian Consensus Conference on Pain in Neurorehabilitation (ICCPN) was promoted to answer some questions on this topic, and its recommendations may offer practical and useful information and represent the basis for future studies on pain in neurorehabilitation.
neurorehabilitation, pain, consensus conference
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