Researchers set out to discover if cognitive behavioral therapy, which has been effective in the management of chronic widespread pain, can prevent its onset among adults at high risk.
The researchers aimed to characterize the use and efﬁcacy of DRGS for chronic pain syndromes not related to complex regional pain syndrome.
Tori Rodriguez, MA, LPC, discusses chronic pain among patients with Parkinson disease and the breakdown of disease subtypes, classification, and pathophysiology.
Study shows how ultrasound-guided TAP blocks compared with ultrasound guided TPI on pain scores at 3-month follow-up in patients with abdominal wall pain.
More studies about antidepressants as chronic pain therapy are needed because current drug treatments are ineffective and pose a high risk for serious harm.
The researchers sought to understand acupuncture’s specific contribution in somatosensory afference and the precise brain circuits involved in improved clinical pain.
A digital health app designed to track and report on patient perceived pain relief and general well-being associated with spinal cord stimulation will be made available soon.
Researchers’ goal was to employ fMRI to identify differential brain responses to noxious stimuli in patients with chronic pain while adhering to best practices for neuroimaging meta-analyses.
Recently updated diagnostic criteria for fibromyalgia that reduce the underdiagnosis in men had not been implemented during these studies.
Deep brain stimulation offers a potential treatment for chronic pain, either in part or in full, to enhance patients overall quality of life.