Latest Features & Opinion
Pharmacologic-only approaches to the management of chronic pain seldom provide complete/adequate pain relief and experts advocate for an integrative approach to the management of chronic pain.
Sacral neuromodulation may represent an effective and safe treatment approach for refractory bladder pain syndrome/interstitial cystitis.
In a controversial and divisive article, a group of researchers proposes to improve "statistical standards of evidence" by lowering the P value from P <.05 to P <.005 in the fields of biomedical and social sciences.
Fewer randomized controlled trials include children vs adult cohorts, and the evidence pertaining to this population.
Although more than three-quarters of TBI cases are mild with rapid symptom resolution, some people suffer persistent debilitation and pain.
Clinical Pain Advisor Articles
- Fibromyalgia Screening in Patients With Chronic Pain: Two Simple Tests
- Pain In Elite Athletes: IOC Recommendations on Contributing Factors and Treatment Approach
- Chronic Pain Associated With Traumatic Brain Injury: Causes and Management
- Migraine Frequency Correlated With Depression and Anxiety
- New Daily Persistent Headache Associated With Sleep Disturbances in Children
- Neuroimaging for Chronic Pain: IASP Consensus Statement
- Cannabis Use Associated With Aberrant Drug Behaviors
- Independent Pharmacies Expanding Services Available to Patients
- Ketamine Exhibits Effective Pain Relief for Refractory Headaches
- Vibrating Gloves Significantly Reduce Osteoarthritis-Related Hand Pain
- Brain Plasticity in Patients With Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
- Virtual Reality Reduces Pain in Children During Routine Blood Draw
- FDA Expresses Safety Concern Over Kratom
- Opioid Manufacturers Providing Training for Clinicians
- Fluoroscopically Guided Sacroiliac Interventions: Appropriate Use Criteria