Electronic and mobile platforms may provide some benefits in patients with chronic non-cancer pain.
Mindfulness-based stress reduction, a group-based intervention that focuses awareness and acceptance on moment-to-moment experiences, may be effective in the management of chronic pain.
Pain intensity may represent a reliable indicator of suicide risk in veterans.
Pulsed radiofrequency targeting the axillary and suprascapular nerves under ultrasound guidance may effectively alleviate chronic shoulder pain.
Daily use of a high-frequency transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation device may reduce pain and improve function in patients with chronic low back pain.
A clinical practice guideline for the use of subacromial decompression surgery in adults with atraumatic shoulder pain and subacromial pain syndrome.
Dorsal root ganglion stimulation for chronic pain may be associated with paresthesia with reduced coverage area, intensity, and frequency compared with tonic spinal cord stimulation.
Most qualifying conditions for which patients are licensed to use cannabis medically have substantial or conclusive evidence of therapeutic efficacy.
Depression and obesity may be associated with chronic hip pain.
Magnetic resonance spectroscopy may accurately identify painful lumbar disks in patients with chronic low back pain.