Logo for the Journal of Rehab R and D

Pain after SCI Single-Topic Issue

Volume 46 Number 1, 2009
   Pages v — vi

iii Masthead
       View PDF
vii Guest Editorial:
Pain: A multidimensional problem of national priority
Eva G . Widerström-Noga, DDS, PhD
View HTML   ¦    View PDF
xi JRRD at a Glance
View HTML   ¦    View PDF
Scientific/Technical Articles
1 Biopsychosocial perspective on a mechanisms-based approach to assessment and treatment of pain following spinal cord injury
Eva G. Widerström-Noga, DDS, PhD; Nanna B. Finnerup, MD, PhD; Philip J. Siddall, MBBS, PhD
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
13 Prevalence of chronic pain after traumatic spinal cord injury: A systematic review
Marcel Dijkers, PhD, FACRM; Thomas Bryce, MD; Jeanne Zanca, PhD, MPT
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
31 Psychosocial factors and adjustment to chronic pain in spinal cord injury: Replication and cross-validation
Ivan R. Molton, PhD; Brenda L. Stoelb, PhD; Mark P. Jensen, PhD; Dawn M. Ehde, PhD; Katherine A. Raichle, PhD; Diana D. Cardenas, MD, MHA
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
43 Relationship between pain characteristics and pain adaptation type in persons with SCI
Eva G . Widerström-Noga, DDS, PhD; Yenisel Cruz-Almeida, MSPH; Elizabeth R. Felix, PhD; James P. Adcock, MBS
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
57 Psychological characteristics of people with spinal cord injury-related persisting pain referred to a tertiary pain management center
Kathryn Nicholson Perry, PhD, MSc, BSc (Hons); Michael K. Nicholas, PhD, MPsychol, MSc, BSc (Hons); James Middleton, MBBS, PhD, FAFRM (RACP); Philip Siddall, MBBS, MM (Pain Mgt), PhD, FFPMANZCA
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
69 Reliability and validity of quantitative sensory testing in persons with spinal cord injury and neuropathic pain
Elizabeth R. Felix, PhD; Eva G. Widerström-Noga, DDS, PhD
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
85 Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for treatment of spinal cord injury neuropathic pain
Cecilia Norrbrink, RPT, PhD
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
95 Spinal cord injury pain: Spinal and supraspinal mechanisms
Robert P. Yezierski, PhD
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
109 Restorative effects of stimulating medullary raphe after spinal cord injury
Ian D. Hentall, PhD; Scott S. Burns
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
123 Early microglial inhibition preemptively mitigates chronic pain development after experimental spinal cord injury
Andrew M. Tan, PhD; Peng Zhao, PhD; Stephen G. Waxman, MD, PhD; Bryan C. Hains, PhD
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
135 Sustained antinociceptive effect of cannabinoid receptor agonist WIN 55,212-2 over time in rat model of neuropathic spinal cord injury pain
Aldric Hama, PhD; Jacqueline Sagen, PhD
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
145 Clinical feasibility for cell therapy using human neuronal cell line to treat neuropathic behavioral hypersensitivity following spinal cord injury in rats
Mary J. Eaton, PhD; Stacey Q. Wolfe, MD
View at a glance   ¦    View Abstract   ¦    View HTML   ¦    View PDF
Back Matter
167 Author Index: Volume 45, Numbers 1-9, 2008
       View PDF
171 Wound Care Conference Announcement
       View PDF
173 Guidelines for Contributors (Abbreviated Version)
       View PDF

Go to TOP

Go to the Table of Contents of Vol. 46 No. 1

Last Reviewed or Updated  Friday, December 18, 2009 6:50 AM

Valid XHTML 1.0 Transitional