Routine pain assessments using validated scales are vital to develop personalized management strategies, according to investigators.
The researchers compared well-being and feelings of stigmatization in people with well understood conditions and in those with less understood condition, fibromyalgia, using daily diaries.
About 20% of United States adults experience chronic pain.
This guideline, developed in partnership with the Royal College of Physicians, is aimed at health care professionals, commissioners, and providers of services; people with chronic primary or secondary pain; and the families of chronic pain patients.
Researchers developed a framework to differentiate PD- from non-PD-related pain and classify PD-related pain into 3 groups — nociceptive, neuropathic, or nociplastic.
The main goal of this study was to characterize sex differences and abnormalities in the functional segregation and integration of the whole-brain network architecture associated with chronic pain.
This study compares the use of opioids vs nonopioids in the emergency department for patients with low back pain and the proportion of patients who return within 30 days.
Magnesium’s potential action as a voltage-gated antagonist of N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors to mediate pain transduction is reviewed here.
Study authors sought to capture the relationship between pain and level of physical activity in older adults.
Investigators compared the efficacy of open-label placebo with double-blind placebo in the treatment of patients with IBS.