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Dr. John Claude Krusz describes his protocol for the use of subanesthetic dosages of IV agents—ketamine, lidocaine, propofol—in an outpatient headache clinic.
Canadian researchers discuss 6 common concerns of patients and physicians regarding cannabis use for pain management.
Barth Wilsey, MD, shares his unique perspective and knowledge on the benefits and risks of therapeutic cannabis (medical marijuana).
Learn more about the correct dosing of different strains of medicinal cannabis used in Canada for the treatment of various pain conditions.
Skeletal muscle relaxants are commonly prescribed for the management of spasticity and spasm. Learn more about these agents used in pain management.
Guide to topical therapy for acute and chronic sports-related pain, including tendinopathies, bursitis, strains, and sprains.
Marijuana use disorder is common in the United States, is often associated with other substance use disorders, behavioral problems, and disability.
In some cases, tumor necrosis factor inhibitors (TNFi) may be the first-choice agent for patients with psoriatic arthritis. Learn why.
Our experts answer the question about which antidepressant is the least likely to cause cardiac problems, including QT prolongation.
Learn more about the myriad of agents that can be used to reduce the symptoms of opioid withdrawal.
Are corticosteroids safe and effective therapy for complex regional pain syndrome? Read what our experts have to say.
Many experts recommend reclassifying marijuana from a Schedule I to Schedule II substance. Learn more about how reclassification may open the way to more research avenues to study the medicinal role of cannabis.
Marijuana edible products often are mislabeled, leading to calls to reschedule marijuana and install better oversight of this burgeoning industry. Learn more about the call to standardize medical marijuana products.
Q: Please explain the medical marijuana law in Connecticut and the role of pharmacists in dispensing medical marijuana products.
Neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia, spinal cord injury—these are just a few of the chronic pain conditions being treated with medical marijuana. Learn more about who is a good candidate for medical marijuana.