Pressure pain thresholds in those with Parkinson’s disease with and without pain

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  • There were no significant differences between widespread pressure hyperalgesia in those with Parkinson’s disease (PD), with or without a history of pain, compared with healthy controls.

Why this matters

  • No between-group difference in this study suggest pressure pain sensitivity is unrelated to the presence of chronic pain in those with PD.

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