Effect of manual approaches with osteopathic modality on brain correlates of interoception: an fMRI study

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22 March 2020

Effect of manual approaches with osteopathic modality on brain correlates of interoception: an fMRI study

The present randomised placebo controlled trial explored the extent to which osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) affects brain activity, particularly the insula, during both an “interoceptive awareness” and “exteroceptive awareness” task in a sample of 32 right-handed adults with chronic Low Back Pain (CLBP) randomly assigned to either the OMT or sham group. Patients received 4 weekly sessions and fMRI was performed at enrolment (T0), immediately after the first session (T1) and at 1 month (T2) … MORE

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