Other publications by CRPS Network members 2021-2022
Many of our Network members are experienced researchers in the field of CRPS and chronic pain. Not all of their publications are directly related to Registry studies, but are still very relevant to our work. A key selection are listed below.
Abstracts (overviews) of all research papers can be accessed using the following links, but please note that some will require an active subscription to the relevant journal in order to access the full publication.
Altered visuomotor integration in complex regional pain syndrome - published in Behavioural Brain Research, January 2021 (previously published online in September 2020). During self-guided movements, we optimise performance by combining sensory and self-motion cues optimally, based on their reliability. Discrepancies between such cues and problems in combining them are suggested to underlie some pain conditions. Researchers examined whether participants with CRPS show differences in sensorimotor integration compared to controls.