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This theory proposes that neurological gateways in our brains decide which pain signals get to come through and which are kept out. Pain specialist and behavioral medicine psychologist Judith Scheman, PhD, explains what gate control is and what it means for the pain you feel — or don’t feel, as the case may be. What is the gate control theory?What is the gate control theory of pain?
If these situations sound familiar, you’ve experienced the basic premise behind “the gate control theory of pain.” This theory proposes that neurological gateways in our brains decide which pain signals get to come through and which are kept out.What is the gate control theory of massage therapy?
The non-noxious A-β fibers are activated and inhibit the A-δ and/or C fibers causing the pain. Massage therapy also makes use of the gate control theory to reduce and inhibit pain, with the same reasoning of activating large diameter A-β nerve fibers.How do nerve gates work?
How Gate Control Works Following an injury, pain signals are transmitted to the spinal cord and then up to the brain. Melzack and Wall suggest that before the information is transmitted to the brain, the pain messages encounter "nerve gates" that control whether these signals are allowed to pass through to the brain.