Pain in Osteoarthritis
August 2009, Wiley-Blackwell
An authoritative investigation of the sources andtreatment of osteoarthritic joint pain
Millions of people throughout the world suffer from osteoarthritis (OA)a medical condition causing its sufferers excruciating pain that is often disabling. This is the first book to offer clinicians an in-depth understanding of the biological sources of osteoarthritic pain and how they can be treated. Here, a team of leading international authorities has contributed state-of-the-art information on:
The Neuroscience of Articular Painspinal and peripheral mechanisms of joint pain; experimental models for the study of osteoarthritic pain; inflammatory mediators and nociception in arthritis; phantoms in rheumatology; and more
Osteoarthritis and Painjoint mechanisms and neuromuscular aspects of OA; bone pain and pressure in OA joints; structural correlates of OA pain; and more
Treatment of Osteoarthritic Paingeneral approaches to treatment; treatments targeting pain receptors; treatments targeting biomechanical abnormalities; and treatments targeting inflammation
Whether you're a medical professional, researcher, student, or a generalist or specialist focusing on pain or arthritis, this is your one-stop reference for understanding and treating joint pain in osteoarthritis.
PART I: THE NEUROSCIENCE OF ARTICULAR PAIN.
1. Spinal Mechanisms Contributing to Joint Pain (Hans-Georg Schaible).
2. Activation of Sensory Neurons in the Arthritic Joint (Blair D. Grubb).
3. Changes in the Neural Substrate of Nociception in a Rat Derangement Model of Osteoarthritis (James L. Henry).
4. Inflammatory Mediators and Nociception in Osteoarthritis (Bruce L. Kidd, Jason J. McDougall, and Julia J. Inglis).
5. Phantoms in Rheumatology (Candida S. McCabe, Richard C. Haigh, Nicholas G. Shenker, Jenny Lewis, and David R. Blake).
6. Mechanisms That Generate and Maintain Bone Cancer Pain (Juan Miguel Jimenez-Andrade, Monica Herrera, and Patrick W. Mantyh).
7. Symmetry, T-Cells, and Neurogenic Arthritis (Nicholas G. Shenker, David R. Blake, Candida S. McCabe, Richard C. Haigh, and Paul I. Mapp).
PART II: OSTEOARTHRITIS AND PAIN.
8. Joint Mechanics in Osteoarthritis (Walter Herzog, Douglas Bourne, and Aliaa Rehan Youssef).
9. Neuromuscular Aspects of Osteoarthritis (Kenneth D. Brandt).
10. Pressure-Driven Intravasation of Osseous Fat in the Pathogenesis of Osteoarthritic Pain (Peer A. Simkin).
11. Structural Correlates of Osteoarthritis Pain: Lessons From Magnetic Resonance Imaging (Philip G. Conaghan).
12. Evidence of Sensitization to pain in Human Osteoarthritis (Gunnar Ordeberg).
13. Current Perspectives on the Clinical Presentation of Joint Pain in Human Osteoarthritis (Paul Creamer).
PART III: TREATMENT OF OSTEOARTHRITIC PAIN.
14. General Approach to treating Osteoarthritic Pain: Targeting Biomechanics Inflammation and Nociception (David T. Felson).
15. Neurobiological Mechanisms of Osteoarthritic Pain and Analgesic treatment (Tuhina Neogi and Joachim Scholz).
16. Exercise, Taping, and Bracing as Treatments for Knee Osteoarthritis Pain (Kim Louise Bennell, Michael Anthony Hunt, and Rana Shane Hinman).
17. Treating Inflammation to Relieve Osteoarthritic Pain (David T. Felson).