His scientific interests lie mostly in Summation, Anesthesia, Fibromyalgia, Chronic pain and Stimulation. His research investigates the connection between Summation and topics such as Peripheral that intersect with issues in Affect, Distress, Fibromyalgia syndrome and Morphine. His Anesthesia study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Stimulus.
His work in Fibromyalgia tackles topics such as Physical medicine and rehabilitation which are related to areas like Cohort. His research in Chronic pain focuses on subjects like Internal medicine, which are connected to Dextromethorphan, Crossover study and Endocrinology. His Stimulation research integrates issues from Escape response, Lesion and Communication.
Anesthesia, Stimulation, Stimulus, Anatomy and Reflex are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Spinal cord injury, Chronic pain and Summation. Summation is closely attributed to Fibromyalgia in his research.
His research in Stimulus intersects with topics in Audiology, Physical Stimulation, Somesthesis, Sensitization and Mechanoreceptor. His Anatomy research includes themes of Spinal column, Lesion and Spinal cord. His study looks at the relationship between Reflex and topics such as Licking, which overlap with Orofacial pain.
Charles J. Vierck mostly deals with Anesthesia, Stimulation, Physical therapy, Stimulus and Hyperalgesia. Charles J. Vierck studies Anesthesia, focusing on Reflex in particular. The various areas that Charles J. Vierck examines in his Stimulation study include Facilitation, Hindlimb and Peripheral.
His work in the fields of Physical therapy, such as Fibromyalgia and Clinical pain, intersects with other areas such as Autonomic dysregulation. His Stimulus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Clamping, Intensity, Physical Stimulation, Sensitization and Threshold of pain. His work on Hypoalgesia is typically connected to Social defeat as part of general Hyperalgesia study, connecting several disciplines of science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Reflex, Anesthesia, Hyperalgesia, Physical therapy and Neuroscience. His research investigates the link between Reflex and topics such as Spinal cord injury that cross with problems in Withdrawal reflex, Licking, Audiology and Neuropathic pain. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stimulation and Chronic pain in addition to Anesthesia.
Charles J. Vierck has researched Stimulation in several fields, including Hyperreflexia and Lesion. His work deals with themes such as Family medicine, University hospital and Depression, which intersect with Physical therapy. His Neuroscience research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Morphine and Threshold of pain.
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Abnormal sensitization and temporal summation of second pain (wind-up) in patients with fibromyalgia syndrome
Roland Staud;Charles J. Vierck;Richard L. Cannon;Andre P. Mauderli.
Temporal summation of pain from mechanical stimulation of muscle tissue in normal controls and subjects with fibromyalgia syndrome.
Roland Staud;Richard C Cannon;Andre P Mauderli;Michael E Robinson.
Diffuse noxious inhibitory controls (DNIC) attenuate temporal summation of second pain in normal males but not in normal females or fibromyalgia patients.
Roland Staud;Michael E Robinson;Charles J Vierck;Donald D Price.
Enhanced temporal summation of second pain and its central modulation in fibromyalgia patients.
Donald D. Price;Roland Staud;Michael E. Robinson;Andre P. Mauderli.
Mechanisms underlying development of spatially distributed chronic pain (fibromyalgia).
Charles J. Vierck.
Characteristics of Temporal Summation of Second Pain Sensations Elicited by Brief Contact of Glabrous Skin by a Preheated Thermode
Charles J. Vierck;Richard L. Cannon;Gentry Fry;William Maixner.
Journal of Neurophysiology (1997)
Clinical and pre-clinical pain assessment: are we measuring the same thing?
C. J. Vierck;P. T. Hansson;R. P. Yezierski.
The effect of maximal exercise on temporal summation of second pain (windup) in patients with fibromyalgia syndrome.
Charles J. Vierck;Roland Staud;Donald D. Price;Richard L. Cannon.
The Journal of Pain (2001)
Anterior Parietal Cortical Response to Tactile and Skin-Heating Stimuli Applied to the Same Skin Site
M. Tommerdahl;K. A. Delemos;C. J. Vierck;O. V. Favorov.
Journal of Neurophysiology (1996)
The Transition of Acute Postoperative Pain to Chronic Pain: An Integrative Overview of Research on Mechanisms
C. Richard Chapman;Charles J. Vierck.
The Journal of Pain (2017)
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