Diagnosis and treatment must precede the occurrence of irreversible neuronal injuries.
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Calmare therapy may be an effective option for treating cancer-related neuropathic pain.
Why is identifying concussion still such a grey area for sports medicine specialists?
Exposing clinicians to a multifaceted risk-reduction initiative significantly shifts prescribing practices away from high-dose chronic opioid therapy.
Exposure therapy and counterconditioning are equally effective cognitive-behavioral methods of reducing pain-related fear.
Pharmaceutical drug abuse has emerged as a fast-growing global problem that is largely driven by misuse of opioid analgesics.
As regulatory approval of medical marijuana spreads in the US, practicing clinicians need to be apprised of cannabis-related indications, efficacy, and adverse effects.
Using this animal model, Dr. Strichartz and colleagues not only measured evoked pain responses but also resting (non-evoked) pain, which is rarely tested in animal models.
If practitioners adopt some simple techniques injury incidence is likely to decline.