Kathleen A Sluka
Kathleen A Sluka
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The revised International Association for the Study of Pain definition of pain: concepts, challenges, and compromises
SN Raja, DB Carr, M Cohen, NB Finnerup, H Flor, S Gibson, FJ Keefe, ...
Pain 161 (9), 1976-1982, 2020
Management of Postoperative Pain: a clinical practice guideline from the American pain society, the American Society of Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine, and the American …
R Chou, DB Gordon, OA de Leon-Casasola, JM Rosenberg, S Bickler, ...
The journal of pain 17 (2), 131-157, 2016
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation: basic science mechanisms and clinical effectiveness
KA Sluka, D Walsh
The Journal of pain 4 (3), 109-121, 2003
Do we need a third mechanistic descriptor for chronic pain states?
E Kosek, M Cohen, R Baron, GF Gebhart, JA Mico, ASC Rice, W Rief, ...
Pain 157 (7), 1382-1386, 2016
The DRASIC cation channel contributes to the detection of cutaneous touch and acid stimuli in mice
MP Price, SL McIlwrath, J Xie, C Cheng, J Qiao, DE Tarr, KA Sluka, ...
Neuron 32 (6), 1071-1083, 2001
Neurobiology of fibromyalgia and chronic widespread pain
KA Sluka, DJ Clauw
Neuroscience 338, 114-129, 2016
Unilateral intramuscular injections of acidic saline produce a bilateral, long‐lasting hyperalgesia
KA Sluka, A Kalra, SA Moore
Muscle & Nerve: Official Journal of the American Association of …, 2001
Chronic hyperalgesia induced by repeated acid injections in muscle is abolished by the loss of ASIC3, but not ASIC1
KA Sluka, MP Price, NM Breese, CL Stucky, JA Wemmie, MJ Welsh
Pain 106 (3), 229-239, 2003
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for acute pain
MI Johnson, CA Paley, TE Howe, KA Sluka
Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2015
Effectiveness of transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation for treatment of hyperalgesia and pain
JM DeSantana, DM Walsh, C Vance, BA Rakel, KA Sluka
Current rheumatology reports 10 (6), 492-499, 2008
Using TENS for pain control: the state of the evidence
CGT Vance, DL Dailey, BA Rakel, KA Sluka
Pain management 4 (3), 197-209, 2014
An overview of animal models of pain: disease models and outcome measures
NS Gregory, AL Harris, CR Robinson, PM Dougherty, PN Fuchs, KA Sluka
The journal of pain 14 (11), 1255-1269, 2013
Spinal blockade of opioid receptors prevents the analgesia produced by TENS in arthritic rats
KA Sluka, M Deacon, A Stibal, S Strissel, A Terpstra
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 289 (2), 840-846, 1999
Blockade of opioid receptors in rostral ventral medulla prevents antihyperalgesia produced by transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)
A Kalra, MO Urban, KA Sluka
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics 298 (1), 257-263, 2001
The initial effects of knee joint mobilization on osteoarthritic hyperalgesia
P Moss, K Sluka, A Wright
Manual therapy 12 (2), 109-118, 2007
Does exercise increase or decrease pain? Central mechanisms underlying these two phenomena
LV Lima, TSS Abner, KA Sluka
The Journal of physiology 595 (13), 4141-4150, 2017
Core competencies for pain management: results of an interprofessional consensus summit
SM Fishman, HM Young, E Lucas Arwood, R Chou, K Herr, BB Murinson, ...
Pain medicine 14 (7), 971-981, 2013
Unilateral carrageenan injection into muscle or joint induces chronic bilateral hyperalgesia in rats
R Radhakrishnan, SA Moore, KA Sluka
Pain 104 (3), 567-577, 2003
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation reduces pain, fatigue and hyperalgesia while restoring central inhibition in primary fibromyalgia
DL Dailey, BA Rakel, CGT Vance, RE Liebano, AS Amrit, HM Bush, ...
Pain® 154 (11), 2554-2562, 2013
Joint manipulation reduces hyperalgesia by activation of monoamine receptors but not opioid or GABA receptors in the spinal cord
DA Skyba, R Radhakrishnan, JJ Rohlwing, A Wright, KA Sluka
Pain 106 (1-2), 159-168, 2003
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