A ten-week outpatient Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)-based interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation program for individuals with chronic pain was associated with improvements that included pain severity, pain interference, and physical and mental health-related quality of life.
The risk for developing chronic widespread pain was found to be comparable in patients with regional pain with or without neuropathic pain.
Inflammation, disease duration, and chronic pain were identified as the main factors underlying fatigue experienced by patients with psoriatic arthritis.
The treatment of veterans with chronic pain and insomnia with cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia may improve sleep and mood, but not pain.
Quantitative sensory testing may not effectively discriminate between true and sham acupuncture treatment in patients with chronic pain.
A greater number of pain sites and comorbid chronic pain conditions in chronic pain were found to be associated with several sociodemographic factors.
There is a lack of evidence on the efficacy and safety of pharmacological treatments for chronic pain in children.
De facto medical use of cannabis for symptom relief is common among adult-use dispensary customers in Colorado.
While no adverse events have been reported to date, the use of this product could potentially cause serious adverse reactions.
A virtual reality treatment developed for the treatment of phantom limb pain may reduce pain intensity and phantom sensations in some patients.