Neuropathic Pain Feature Archive

Addressing Barriers to Translational Pain Research

Addressing Barriers to Translational Pain Research

Many translational barriers exist between preclinical research and clinical practice.

Peripheral Nerve Surgery for Burn Survivors: Improving Outcomes Through Clinician Self-Analysis

Peripheral Nerve Surgery for Burn Survivors: Improving Outcomes Through Clinician Self-Analysis

As survival rates for patients with burns have improved, the need for effective treatments for chronic pain in this population has become more pressing.

Neuropathic Pain Complexity Requires Thoughtful Approach and Combination of Interventions

Neuropathic Pain Complexity Requires Thoughtful Approach and Combination of Interventions

The wide range of etiologies underlying neuropathic pain render it a particularly challenging condition to manage.

Diabetic Neuropathy: Updated Position Statement by the American Diabetes Association

Diabetic Neuropathy: Updated Position Statement by the American Diabetes Association

The American Diabetes Association released an updated position statement on the prevention, detection, and management of diabetic neuropathies.

Assessing Biomarker Validity for Neuropathic Pain

Assessing Biomarker Validity for Neuropathic Pain

A challenge facing clinicians regarding the diagnosis of small fiber neuropathies lies in the scarcity of objective biomarkers.

Intrathecal Therapy for Pain: Updated Guidelines

Intrathecal Therapy for Pain: Updated Guidelines

The Polyanalgesic Consensus Conference updated guidelines regarding the treatment of pain via intrathecal therapy.

Guidelines for the Management of Restless Legs Syndrome

Guidelines for the Management of Restless Legs Syndrome

In the new guidelines, the authors aimed to examine the available data to clarify which pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments are safe and effective for RLS.

How Psychologists, Physicians Can Coexist in Pain Medicine

How Psychologists, Physicians Can Coexist in Pain Medicine

Psychologists have much to offer medicine as a profession, and pain medicine in particular.

Inflammatory Sensory Neuronopathies: A Narrow Therapeutic Window

Inflammatory Sensory Neuronopathies: A Narrow Therapeutic Window

Diagnosis and treatment must precede the occurrence of irreversible neuronal injuries.

Neuromodulation: An Option for Refractory Hand Pain?

Neuromodulation: An Option for Refractory Hand Pain?

A review of different approaches for preventing transmission of pain signals to the brain.

Neuropathic Pain Linked to Decreased Motor Cortical Plasticity After Spinal Cord Injury

Neuropathic Pain Linked to Decreased Motor Cortical Plasticity After Spinal Cord Injury

Researchers uncover new data on brain reorganization after spinal cord injury.

Neuropathic Pain Management: A Review

Neuropathic Pain Management: A Review

Most patients with neuropathic pain benefit most from an individualized, multimodal approach that emphasizes both pain and function.

New Tool Suggests Dominance of Non-Painful Symptoms in Peripheral Neuropathy

New Tool Suggests Dominance of Non-Painful Symptoms in Peripheral Neuropathy

The TNAS is a brief yet comprehensive PRO measure that captures the multifaceted nature of neuropathy, distinguishing pain from non-painful aspects such as numbness and tingling.

How Does Medical Marijuana Fit Into Pain Management?

How Does Medical Marijuana Fit Into Pain Management?

Clinicians managing and treating painful conditions in patients are facing a variety of challenges in the field. Bob Twillman, PhD, executive director of AAPM, sat down with CPA to discuss the details.

Peripheral Neuropathies: A Primer

Peripheral Neuropathies: A Primer

Treatment options should focus on slowing progression, relieving pain, and restoring function.

An Overview Of Postherpetic Neuraglia

An Overview Of Postherpetic Neuraglia

Postherpetic neuralgia is defined as pain persisting for more than three months after zoster's onset.

Acute, Chronic Pain Common Symptoms Associated With Leprosy

Like its cousin tuberculosis, leprosy may be easy to miss if you don't think of it.

Neurologic Adverse Reaction Risk Tied to Epidural Steroid Injections

Neurologic Adverse Reaction Risk Tied to Epidural Steroid Injections

If practitioners adopt some simple techniques injury incidence is likely to decline.

Visual Feedback Effective Option for Phantom Limb Pain

Visual Feedback Effective Option for Phantom Limb Pain

Once thought of as psychogenic in etiology, researchers are gaining a better understanding the neural mechanisms of phantom pain.

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