Wissenschaftliche Leitung

Publikationen & Bücher

Prof. Dr. Kerstin Lüdtke


Physical Therapy and Migraine: Musculoskeletal and Balance Dysfunctions and Their Relevance for Clinical Practice
GF Carvalho et al. Braz J Phys Ther. 2019. PMID 31813696. - Review

Can Physical Testing Be Used to Distinguish Between Migraine and Cervicogenic Headache Sufferers? A Protocol for a Systematic Review
E Anarte et al. BMJ Open 9 (11), e031587. 2019. PMID 31712341.

Offset Analgesia: Somatotopic Endogenous Pain Modulation in Migraine
TM Szikszay et al. Pain. 2019. PMID 31693545.

Tactile Precision Remains Intact When Acute Neck Pain Is Induced
WM Adamczyk et al. J Pain 20 (9), 1070-1079. Sep 2019. PMID 30904515.

Which Examination Tests Detect Differences in Cervical Musculoskeletal Impairments in People With Migraine? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
TM Szikszay et al. Phys Ther 99 (5), 549-569. 2019. PMID 30690564. - Meta-Analysis

Reward for Pain: Hyperalgesia and Allodynia Induced by Operant Conditioning: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
WM Adamczyk et al. J Pain 20 (8), 861-875. Aug 2019. PMID 30690165. - Review

Visual Processing in Migraineurs Depends on the Migraine Cycle
K Luedtke et al. Ann Neurol 85 (2), 280-283. Feb 2019. PMID 30556164.

Preliminary Validation of a Two-Point Estimation Task for the Measurement of Sensory Dissociation in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain 
WM Adamczyk et al. Pain Med 20 (12), 2472-2478. 2019. PMID 30462327.

The Magnitude of Offset Analgesia as a Measure of Endogenous Pain Modulation in Healthy Participants and Patients With Chronic Pain: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis 
TM Szikszay et al. Clin J Pain 35 (2), 189-204. Feb 2019. PMID 30247198.


Increased Mechanosensivity of the Greater Occipital Nerve in Subjects With Side-Dominant Head and Neck Pain - A Diagnostic Case-Control Study
TM Szikszay et al. J Man Manip Ther 26 (4), 237-248. Aug 2018. PMID 30083047. 

Pain Rewarded: Hyperalgesic and Allodynic Effect of Operant Conditioning in Healthy Humans-Protocol for a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
WM Adamczyk et al. Syst Rev 7 (1), 93. 2018. PMID 30016996. - Review
PROSPERO CRD42017051763.

Upper Cervical Two-Point Discrimination Thresholds in Migraine Patients and Headache-Free Controls
K Luedtke et al. J Headache Pain 19 (1), 47. 2018. PMID 29943146.

Comment on Castien Et Al. (2018) Pressure Pain Thresholds Over the Cranio-Cervical Region in Headache - A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
K Luedtke et al. J Headache Pain 19 (1), 30. 2018. PMID 29654441.

Two-point Discrimination and the Low Back Pain: Not as Unreliable as It Seems, but What About Standardised Procedures? 
WM Adamczyk et al. Musculoskelet Sci Pract 35, e110-e111. Jun 2018. PMID 29606530.

Altered Muscle Activity During Rest and During Mental or Physical Activity Is Not a Trait Symptom of Migraine - A Neck Muscle EMG Study
K Luedtke et al. J Headache Pain 19 (1), 26. 2018. PMID 29556874.

Sensory Dissociation in Chronic Low Back Pain: Two Case Reports
WM Adamczyk et al. Physiother Theory Pract 34 (8), 643-651. Aug 2018. PMID 29324082. - Case Reports

Tactile Acuity (Dys)function in Acute Nociceptive Low Back Pain: A Double-Blind Experiment
WM Adamczyk et al. Pain 159 (3), 427-436. Mar 2018. PMID 29140929.

Musculoskeletal Dysfunction in Migraine Patients
K Luedtke et al. Cephalalgia 38 (5), 865-875. Apr 2018. PMID 28641450.

Lumbar Tactile Acuity in Patients With Low Back Pain and Healthy Controls: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
W Adamczyk et al. Clin J Pain 34 (1), 82-94. Jan 2018. PMID 28328700. - Review


Stratifying Migraine Patients Based on Dynamic Pain Provocation Over the Upper Cervical Spine
K Luedtke et al. J Headache Pain 18 (1), 97. 2017. PMID 28952052.

Tactile Acuity in the Neck: Calling for More Basic Science Research
K Luedtke et al. Musculoskelet Sci Pract 32, 127-128. Dec 2017. PMID 28821384.

Does the Rectus Capitis Posterior Minor Muscle Contribute to the Pathogenesis of Chronic Headache?
K Luedtke. Cephalalgia 37 (11), 1015-1016. Oct 2017. PMID 27919013.


tDCS Modulates Cortical Nociceptive Processing but Has Little to No Impact on Pain Perception
K Ihle et al. Pain 155 (10), 2080-7. Oct 2014. PMID 25083928. - Randomized Controlled Trial

Significance of Physical Performance Tests for Patients With Low Back Pain
M Pfingsten et al. Pain Med 15 (7), 1211-21. Jul 2014. PMID 24931593.