Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Contextual forms of CBT, such as ACT and mindfulness-based therapies, have been linked with improvements in various domains for patients with chronic pain, although predictors and moderators have yet to be elucidated.
Patients with insomnia should be evaluated using standardized tools and treated with nonpharmacological and pharmacological interventions.
Interactive voice response-based CBT is as effective as in-person CBT for patients with chronic back pain.
A negative pain mindset - catastrophizing - undermines pain treatment effectiveness and facilitates structural brain changes that serve to maintain pain and distress.
This is especially important given that patients with fibromyalgia have difficulty attending treatment sessions in person.
The ACP developed the guideline from randomized, controlled trials and systematic reviews published through April 2015 that focused on noninvasive pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatments for low back pain.
Study examines the efficacy of Internet- and mobile device-based interventions to prevent depression in patients with chronic back pain.
A targeted form of CBT is effective in treating chronic pain and substance use disorder in veterans with hepatitis C virus infection.
Cognitive behavioral therapy is an effective nonpharmacologic treatment that should be considered as a first-line therapy for pediatric migraine.
SHUTi represents "an attractive solution to challenges of scalability."
Patients who learn to manage their pain with CBT and exercise can reduce pain levels.
Developing and implementing prevention strategies that include psychosocial approaches has become critical in the face of the chronic pain epidemic.
Neurobiological mechanisms are distinct from somatic pain
Cognitive behavioral therapy, expressive writing, mindfulness, problem-solving: some of the complementary treatment options for RA chronic pain management,
Chronic pain may be inevitable, but chronic suffering may not have to be.
In patients with chronic pain, cognitive behavioral therapy reduced insomnia and improved pain and depression.
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