In patients with chronic spinal pain, neuroscience education coupled with cognitive motor control training may result in greater improvements in pain, central sensitization, and disability compared with standard physiotherapy.
Group cognitive behavioral therapy and pain education may be more effective than usual care for improving pain and physical function in patients presenting with chronic pain at low-income clinics.
For patients with chronic pain, literacy-adapted group cognitive behavioral therapy and group pain education improve pain and physical function compared with usual care.
Pain Specialist Dr Beth Darnall Presented at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting: Here Are Her TakeawaysFebruary 09, 2018
Brief, low-cost and scalable psychobehavioral interventions can address gaps in pain education and provide people worldwide with the information and skills to alter the trajectory of their pain and suffering.
Explaining the neurophysiological basis of pain has been found to positively affect pain levels.
The Oversight Committee for the NIH Health and Human Services National Pain Strategy's agenda sets objectives for 6 main areas of pain care and management.
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