Latest Features & Opinion
There is currently little conclusive evidence to suggest a benefit of cannabis use for the management of neuropathic pain.
Gabapentinoid use presents significant risk for adverse events and provides few benefits for patients with chronic low back pain.
Extended-release paracetamol may have a greater analgesic effect than placebo in patients with osteoarthritic knee pain.
At PAINWeek 2017, Dr Joshi gave on overview of stem cell therapies used in regenerative medicine to treat a number of pain conditions.
Clinical Pain Advisor Articles
- Cannabis for Neuropathic Pain: What Evidence Is There?
- Gabapentinoids: Evaluating the Benefits for Chronic Low Back Pain
- Pediatric Episodic Syndrome Linked to Migraine: Expert Q&A (Part II)
- Paracetamol Superior to Placebo for Osteoarthritis Knee Pain
- Pre-Attack Symptoms Common in Cluster Headache Attacks
- Insomnia: Guidelines for Diagnosis and Treatment
- Durolane Approved for Treatment of Osteoarthritis Knee Pain
- Using Stress to Predict Risk of Migraine Even Before Predromal Symptoms
- Oral Ketorolac Reduces Pain Before, During, and After IUD Placement
- Appropriate Use of Smartphones in ED: Is it Okay to Video Record or Take Pictures?