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What is Central Sensitisation?

Central sensitization is a process that occurs in the central nervous system (CNS) in response to chronic or persistent pain. It is characterized by an increased sensitivity to pain, a decrease in the threshold for pain, and an increased spread of pain to areas that were not previously affected.

What is Chronic Primary Pain?

Chronic primary pain, also known as idiopathic pain, is a type of pain that is not caused by an underlying condition or injury. It is considered “primary” because it is the main condition or injury causing the pain, rather than a complication or side effect of another condition or injury.

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Definition of Pain

Pain is a complex and subjective experience that is the body’s response to harmful stimuli. It is a warning system that alerts the body to potential injury or damage, and it can vary greatly in intensity, duration, and quality.


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