Yoga

Complementary and Integrative Medicine in Migraine and Headache Management

Complementary and Integrative Medicine in Migraine and Headache Management

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Several methods of complementary and integrative medicine bring value and their integration into a headache management plan in the clinical setting empowers patients' healing process.

Yoga Improves Health Outcomes in Veterans With Chronic Low Back Pain

Yoga Improves Health Outcomes in Veterans With Chronic Low Back Pain

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Yoga improved health outcomes in military veterans with chronic low back pain, including lowering their pain intensity.

Yoga Noninferior to Physical Therapy for Chronic Low Back Pain

Yoga Noninferior to Physical Therapy for Chronic Low Back Pain

Yoga was deemed noninferior to physical therapy for the treatment of patients with chronic low back pain.

Dr Beth Darnall on Changing Mindset for Pain Relief

Dr Beth Darnall on Changing Mindset for Pain Relief

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A negative pain mindset - catastrophizing - undermines pain treatment effectiveness and facilitates structural brain changes that serve to maintain pain and distress.

Low back Pain: a new Clinical Guideline From ACP

Low back Pain: a new Clinical Guideline From ACP

The ACP developed the guideline from randomized, controlled trials and systematic reviews published through April 2015 that focused on noninvasive pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatments for low back pain.

Can Yoga Improve Back-Related Function in Chronic Low Back Pain?

Can Yoga Improve Back-Related Function in Chronic Low Back Pain?

Yoga only led to moderate improvements compared with exercise or no exercise interventions in patients with low back pain.

The Pros and Cons of 12-Step Groups to Treat Opioid Addiction

The Pros and Cons of 12-Step Groups to Treat Opioid Addiction

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"I believe that the best care is individualized care. And the most effective approach is sometimes whatever the patient will actually do," concluded Melanie Storrusten, LCSW.

Empathy, Exercise, Yoga and Chronic Pain

Empathy, Exercise, Yoga and Chronic Pain

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Dr Bushnell suggests practicing yoga, as long-term yogis have higher pain tolerance and increased gray matter—including in pain-modulating brain areas—compared with that of non-practitioners.

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