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Changing appearance using visual illusions improves ownership of the painful hand in complex regional pain syndrome (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Lewis, J., McCabe, C., & Newport, R. (2015, September). Changing appearance using visual illusions improves ownership of the painful hand in complex regional pain syndrome. Poster presented at European Pain Federation EFIC 9th Congress

Background and aims People with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) experience a diminished sense of ownership of their painful limb. Evidence of a reduction in pain when the affected limb is visually altered in size, suggests that targeting centr... Read More about Changing appearance using visual illusions improves ownership of the painful hand in complex regional pain syndrome.

Individuality: How knowledge of body perception disturbance can inform treatment (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Lewis, J. (2015, August). Individuality: How knowledge of body perception disturbance can inform treatment. Presented at International Association of the Study of Pain (IASP) CRPS SIG

To date there is insufficient evidence for efficiency in treatment to determine a treatment algorithm for body perception disturbance (BPD) in complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS). We are reliant on what we know to inform treatment choice for the in... Read More about Individuality: How knowledge of body perception disturbance can inform treatment.

I hate my hand! Altered body perceptions in complex regional pain syndrome (2015)
Presentation / Conference
Lewis, J. (2015, May). I hate my hand! Altered body perceptions in complex regional pain syndrome. Presented at Canadian Hand Conference 2015

Detailed description and definition of features of body perception disturbance in complex regional pain syndrome. discussion of how these features may impact on treatment and how to assess for this

Neuroimaging in complex regional pain syndrome (2014)
Presentation / Conference
Lewis, J. (2014, May). Neuroimaging in complex regional pain syndrome. Presented at International Research Consortium for Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Inaugural Meeting

Review of relevant literature to date about MRI studies undertaken in CRPS and an overview of their findings. This presentation was presented using the following sections: Motor, sensory, resting state and cognitive