Rainer Freynhagen spends much of his time researching Neuropathic pain, Anesthesia, Chronic pain, Physical therapy and Low back pain. His Neuropathic pain study incorporates themes from Referred pain, Clinical trial and Sensory system. His Anesthesia research includes elements of Diabetic neuropathy and Drug class.
His Chronic pain study deals with Sensation intersecting with Dermatome. Rainer Freynhagen conducted interdisciplinary study in his works that combined Physical therapy and Screening tool. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Back pain and Radicular pain.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Neuropathic pain, Anesthesia, Physical therapy, Chronic pain and Low back pain. His studies deal with areas such as Back pain, Sensory system and Physical medicine and rehabilitation as well as Neuropathic pain. The Anesthesia study combines topics in areas such as Placebo and Adverse effect.
In general Physical therapy, his work in Fibromyalgia is often linked to Screening tool linking many areas of study. His Chronic pain research incorporates elements of Cancer pain, Prospective cohort study, Pain assessment and Physical examination. His Low back pain research integrates issues from Referred pain, Surgery and Radicular pain.
His main research concerns Neuropathic pain, Anesthesia, Physical therapy, Chronic pain and Low back pain. The various areas that he examines in his Neuropathic pain study include Pregabalin, Complex regional pain syndrome and Etiology. Rainer Freynhagen has included themes like Brief Pain Inventory and Dystonia in his Anesthesia study.
His Pain medication and Numeric Rating Scale study in the realm of Physical therapy interacts with subjects such as Age groups and Classical test theory. His research integrates issues of Pain assessment, Meta-analysis, Internal medicine, Tapentadol and Opioid analgesics in his study of Chronic pain. Rainer Freynhagen interconnects Clinical manifestation, Disease, Back surgery and Physical examination in the investigation of issues within Low back pain.
Rainer Freynhagen mainly focuses on Neuropathic pain, Physical therapy, Multidisciplinary approach, Nociceptor and Cognition. His work on Neuralgia as part of his general Neuropathic pain study is frequently connected to Spinal cord injury, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. Physical therapy and Low back pain are commonly linked in his work.
Multidisciplinary approach combines with fields such as Subject, Chronic pain, Psychotherapist, Foundation and Pain assessment in his work. Subject is integrated with Terminology and Clinical trial in his study. Nociceptor combines with fields such as Sensory system, Treatment response, Etiology and Interim in his investigation.
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painDETECT: a new screening questionnaire to identify neuropathic components in patients with back pain
Rainer Freynhagen;Ralf Baron;Ulrich Gockel;Thomas R. Tölle.
Current Medical Research and Opinion (2006)
Using screening tools to identify neuropathic pain
Michael I. Bennett;Nadine Attal;Miroslav M. Backonja;Ralf Baron.
Peripheral neuropathic pain: a mechanism-related organizing principle based on sensory profiles.
Ralf Baron;Christoph Maier;Nadine Attal;Andreas Binder.
A cross-sectional cohort survey in 2100 patients with painful diabetic neuropathy and postherpetic neuralgia: Differences in demographic data and sensory symptoms
Ralf Baron;Thomas R. Tölle;Ulrich Gockel;Mathias Brosz.
Ziconotide for treatment of severe chronic pain
Achim Schmidtko;Jörn Lötsch;Rainer Freynhagen;Gerd Geisslinger.
The Lancet (2010)
The evaluation of neuropathic components in low back pain
Rainer Freynhagen;Ralf Baron.
Current Pain and Headache Reports (2009)
Pregabalin for relief of neuropathic pain associated with diabetic neuropathy: a randomized, double-blind study.
Thomas Tölle;Rainer Freynhagen;Mark Versavel;Uwe Trostmann.
European Journal of Pain (2008)
Duloxetine and pregabalin: high-dose monotherapy or their combination? The "COMBO-DN study"--a multinational, randomized, double-blind, parallel-group study in patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathic pain.
Solomon Tesfaye;Stefan Wilhelm;Alberto Lledo;Alexander Schacht.
Diagnosis and management of neuropathic pain
R. J. Freynhagen;Michael I. Bennett.
Nitric oxide and pro-inflammatory cytokines correlate with pain intensity in chronic pain patients.
A. Koch;K. Zacharowski;O. Boehm;M. Stevens.
Inflammation Research (2007)
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