Psychological factors such as catastrophizing of pain are common in migraine and, along with depression and anxiety, contribute significantly to migraine-related disability.
The challenges to providing optimal levels of healthcare for people using Medicaid systems are many-fold.
The use of virtual reality technology was superior to standard controlled distraction therapy for the management of pain in hospitalized patients.
Post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms following motor vehicle collisions contribute substantially to ongoing axial pain throughout the year following the accident.
Interactive online exercise intervention designed specifically for the management of chronic knee pain is highly effective in reducing pain and improving function for up to 9 months.
Prescheduled pain management strategies after cesarean delivery are superior to receiving medications on-demand.
Remote electrical stimulation is an effective, noninvasive, nonpharmacologic alternative treatment to traditional medications for acute migraine.
While it requires further validation, copeptin may serve as a novel biomarker to help rule out serious secondary headache.