Although swelling of the joints is the most common cause of pain, even in the absence of swelling, joint pain might persist. This indicates that other, noninflammatory factors might be important contributors to pain.
All articles by Christina T. Loguidice
Combination of a motivational interviewing and enhanced brochures successful in reducing behaviors associated with opioid overdose.
Preoperative opioid use is a better predictor for prolonged postoperative opioid use than pain, substance abuse, and affective disorder.
New self-report measure includes 8 factors related to avoidance, persistence, and pacing.
A new study presented at the AAN 68th Annual Meeting in Vancouver, Canada, is shedding more light on the incidence and impact of traumatic injuries in NFL players.
A recently published study suggests that recommended thresholds used in electrical PNS for placing needles correctly during peripheral nerve block may not be sufficient enough to protect against intraneural injuries in patients with diabetic neuropathy.
The prevalence of neck pain has been reported to be increasing among adolescents, but how this pain might affect head posture and endurance of the neck muscles in this age group has received little attention.
Study suggests that solicitousness is a side effect of catastrophizing, not the main goal.
A review of different approaches for preventing transmission of pain signals to the brain.
Latest News Your top articles for FridayFor More Personalized News
Haymarket Medical NetworkTop Picks
Continuing Medical Education (CME/CE) Courses