pain behavior

pain behavior,

n a joint test during which the patient indicates a particular point in which pain is initially experienced and/or increases while the practitioner moves the joint through the range of motion.
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As a scientific outsider, I noted that none of the participants in the Amman demonstration showed any pain behavior or reported pain, there was no bleeding, and for each participant, the tissue seemed to heal almost instantaneously.
Nurses can add observed pain behavior descriptions to the scale over the course of care (Solodiuk & Curley, 2003).
Self-efficacy and pain behavior among subjects with fibromyalgia.
The present investigation tested the efficacy of orally administered anthocyanins extracted from tart cherries on inflammation-induced pain behavior in rats.
To confirm the key role of CCR2 signaling in development of the observed movement-provoked pain behavior after surgery, the researchers administered a CCR2 receptor-blocker to normal mice at nine weeks after surgery and found that this reversed the decrease in distance traveled, that is, movement-provoked pain behavior.
Tart cherry anthocyanins suppress inflammation-induced pain behavior in rat.
A depression screener, parental encouragement of illness-behavior, and an analysis of pain behavior were also conducted.
In the office setting, chronic pain patients who catastrophize "display more pain behavior such as holding, rubbing, guarding, as well as vocalizations such as moans and sighs," he said at the meeting, which was sponsored by the International Association for the Study of Pain.
In the office setting, chronic pain patients who catastrophize "display more pain behavior such as holding, rubbing, [and] guarding, as well as vocalizations such as moans and sighs," he said at the meeting, sponsored by the international Association for the Study of Pain.
An individual may present pain behavior to family members or professional as a method to communicate their disability and inability to resume certain duties.
Family members can be taught to guard against the unwitting reinforcement of pain behavior and dysfunction using classic identification of behavioral reinforcement patterns and operant conditioning (Otis, 2007).