His primary scientific interests are in Anesthesia, Complex regional pain syndrome, Neuropathic pain, Physical therapy and Threshold of pain. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Placebo, Hyperalgesia and Disinhibition. His work deals with themes such as Somatosensory system, Physical medicine and rehabilitation, Transcranial magnetic stimulation, Nerve injury and Motor cortex, which intersect with Complex regional pain syndrome.
His Neuropathic pain study incorporates themes from Sensory system, Hypoalgesia and Allodynia. His Physical therapy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as MEDLINE, Randomized controlled trial, Confidence interval, Acute pain and Acupuncture. His work carried out in the field of Threshold of pain brings together such families of science as Neuroscience, Sensation and Protocol.
Christoph Maier mostly deals with Anesthesia, Neuropathic pain, Physical therapy, Complex regional pain syndrome and Gynecology. In his study, Randomized controlled trial is strongly linked to Placebo, which falls under the umbrella field of Anesthesia. His Neuropathic pain research incorporates themes from Hypoalgesia, Threshold of pain, Sensory system and Sensory loss.
His Sensory system study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Somatosensory system and Audiology. His study looks at the relationship between Physical therapy and fields such as Acupuncture, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. As a member of one scientific family, Christoph Maier mostly works in the field of Complex regional pain syndrome, focusing on Motor cortex and, on occasion, Transcranial magnetic stimulation.
Christoph Maier mainly focuses on Anesthesia, Neuropathic pain, Hyperalgesia, Sensory system and Internal medicine. His research in Anesthesia intersects with topics in Stimulation and Peripheral nerve injury. His Neuropathic pain research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Somatosensory system, Logistic regression, Confidence interval, Radiculopathies and Sensory loss.
In general Hyperalgesia study, his work on Allodynia often relates to the realm of Body region, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Christoph Maier works mostly in the field of Allodynia, limiting it down to topics relating to Pain experience and, in certain cases, Quantitative sensory testing. Christoph Maier usually deals with Sensory system and limits it to topics linked to Hypoalgesia and Mononeuropathy.
Christoph Maier spends much of his time researching Anesthesia, Neuropathic pain, Hyperalgesia, Neuralgia and Sensory loss. The Anesthesia study which covers Stimulus that intersects with Conditioned pain modulation, Complex regional pain syndrome and Pain inhibition. His Neuropathic pain research includes elements of Somatosensory system, Hypoesthesia, Sensory system, Confidence interval and Sensation.
The concepts of his Sensation study are interwoven with issues in Receptor, Chronic pain, Denervation and Nerve block. Christoph Maier studies Allodynia, a branch of Hyperalgesia. The Neuralgia study combines topics in areas such as Quality of life, Radiculopathies, Referred pain, Postherpetic neuralgia and Threshold of pain.
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Quantitative sensory testing in the German Research Network on Neuropathic Pain (DFNS): Standardized protocol and reference values
R. Rolke;R. Baron;C. Maier;T.R. Tölle.
Quantitative sensory testing in the German Research Network on Neuropathic Pain (DFNS): Somatosensory abnormalities in 1236 patients with different neuropathic pain syndromes
C. Maier;R. Baron;T. R. Tölle;A. Binder.
German Acupuncture Trials (Gerac) For Chronic Low Back Pain: Randomized, Multicenter, Blinded, Parallel-Group Trial With 3 Groups
Michael Haake;Carmen Schade-Brittinger;Heinz D. Basler;Christoph Maier.
JAMA Internal Medicine (2007)
Acupuncture and Knee Osteoarthritis: A Three-Armed Randomized Trial
Hanns-Peter Scharf;Ulrich Mansmann;Konrad Streitberger;Steffen Witte.
Annals of Internal Medicine (2006)
Efficacy of acupuncture for the prophylaxis of migraine: a multicentre randomised controlled clinical trial
Hans-Christoph Diener;Kai Kronfeld;Gabriele Boewing;Margitta Lungenhausen.
Lancet Neurology (2006)
Value of quantitative sensory testing in neurological and pain disorders: NeuPSIG consensus.
Miroslav Misha Backonja;Nadine Attal;Ralf Baron;Didier Bouhassira.
Vascular abnormalities in reflex sympathetic dystrophy (CRPS I): mechanisms and diagnostic value.
Gunnar Wasner;Jörn Schattschneider;Klaus Heckmann;Christoph Maier.
Reference data for quantitative sensory testing (QST): Refined stratification for age and a novel method for statistical comparison of group data
Walter Magerl;Elena K. Krumova;Ralf Baron;Thomas Tölle.
Sensorimotor Returning in Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Parallels Pain Reduction
Burkhard Pleger;Martin Tegenthoff;Patrick Ragert;Ann-Freya Förster.
Annals of Neurology (2005)
Bilateral motor cortex disinhibition in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) type I of the hand.
P. Schwenkreis;F. Janssen;O. Rommel;B. Pleger.
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