Opioids were prescribed at a higher level by practitioners during the period of the COVID-19 pandemic examined.
All articles by Jessica Nye, PhD
Researchers investigated the cause of dyspnea in individuals with long-haul COVID and also screened the patients for myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome.
High-dose spinal cord stimulation was efficacious for the treatment of painful diabetic neuropathy.
Pain-related threat and safety learning are altered in the setting of chronic back pain.
The efficacy of a small molecule that inhibits the glycine transporter type 2 and the serotonin receptor 5-hydroxytryptamine 2A was investigated for postoperative pain after colorectal surgery.
Acute opioid consumption after cesarean delivery was not reduced with the inclusion of gabapentin in a multimodal analgesic regimen among chronic buprenorphine users.
Therapeutic exposure to opioids in the pediatric care setting likely increases risk for nonmedical opioid use later in life.
This study found no evidence that stronger opioids were superior to milder opioids for subacute pain.
Individuals with low back pain responded to educational messaging about self-management differently on the basis of pain intensity.
Twenty sessions of acupuncture over an 8 week period improved symptoms of severe chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic syndrome.