Trauma exposure plays a significant role in both pain response and development of chronic pain.
In a 3-year period, 45% of patients with trigeminal neuralgia received at least 3 unique treatments.
Contextual or nonspecific factors may influence treatment outcomes in patients with chronic pain.
Transcranial direct current stimulation can effectively alleviate osteoarthritis-related knee pain.
Repeated magnetic resonance imaging for chronic spine pain does not impact occurrence of surgical treatment or interval changes.
Vibrating gloves may help reduce hand pain in women with hand osteoarthritis
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