The authorization was based on data from a randomized, double-blind study that evaluated the efficacy and safety of EaseVRx in 179 patients with chronic lower back pain.
No one depression intervention type has demonstrated its superiority in populations of patients living with differing types of pain.
For adults with chronic pain conditions receiving long-term opioid therapy, a CBT intervention produces modest, but sustained, reductions in measures of pain and pain-related disability.
Long-term pain trajectories following joint arthroplasty are affected by emotional distress and cognitive flexibility.
These clinical practice guidelines summarize the evidence for the use of medical cannabis and cannabinoids in chronic pain.
The utility of urine drug tests for identifying potential opioid prescription misuse was examined in this study.
A single-session pain management class results in clinically significant improvements in pain intensity in chronic low back pain.
The application is supported by data from the phase 3 SPIRIT program, which includes the SPIRIT 1 and SPIRIT 2 studies, as well as an open-label extension study.
The phase 3 RALLY study is evaluating the efficacy and safety of TNX-102 SL in 514 adult patients with fibromyalgia.
Data are lacking on the effectiveness of acupuncture in alleviating pain post total knee replacement.