Specific characteristics in several brain structures and psychological features may predict the magnitude of the placebo response.
Medicinal cannabis may not effectively reduce opioid use or pain interference in individuals with chronic noncancer pain.
Dr Zacharoff offered several tips to PAINWeek attendees to help improve their communication with patients.
Dr Prasad highlights the importance of interdisciplinary approaches to the management of chronic pain.
Dr Argoff presented an overview of diagnostic tests and available treatments for small-fiber polyneuropathies.
Dr Harden provides an overview of the use of ketamine as an analgesic and its associated side effects.
Dr Darnall presented an overview of the role played by psychology and behavioral interventions in the management of chronic pain.
Dr Mackey discussed potential applications of machine learning technology in chronic pain management and research.
Dr Cosio presented results from a preliminary study examining the prevalence of mental health disorders in veterans with chronic pain.