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All Other Types of Pain Articles

Patients with comorbid chronic pain and dementia are best managed with a collaborative multidisciplinary team.
Sleep disorders and chronic pain are bidirectional and interactive and often co-exist.
Examining the interrelationship between childhood obesity and chronic pain, and the impact these comorbidities play in pain conditions.
Patients with schizophrenia do feel pain. The notion of pain insensitivity is not accurate--rather patient with schizophrenia may experience disturbed or distorted, rather than, an absence of pain.
Dr. Jori Fleisher, assistant professor of neurology at NYU Langone Medical Center, discusses the way women with Parkinson's disease experience pain.
A newly conceptualize diagnosis of somatic symptom disorder, removing the mind-body separation, in the DSM-5; this updated terminology is the focus of this month's A to Z Mental Health Series.
Letters to the Editor: Elvis Presley may have had Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, and Howard Hughes may have had Marfan's syndrome, but diagnosis is difficult. Adhesive arachnoiditis is an inflammation of the central nervous system.
Learn more about how to diagnose and treat comorbid bipolar disorders and pain.
Gaining a better understanding of the association between depression and chronic pain; the first column in a monthly series on mental health and chronic pain.
African American soldiers with sick cell trait are at higher risk of developing exertional rhabdomyolysis.
Fibromyalgia is associated with many somatic symptoms, including fatigue, gastrointestinal complaints, and headaches.
Q: What are the most common chronic overuse sports injuries? Dr. Pinzon: The majority of the injuries are, at least in my practice, primarily running and endurance sports injuries.
Learn more about the diagnosis and management of Achilles tendon injuries. The authors review conservative therapy options to reduce pain and improve function.
Learn how sports-related brain trauma from repeated concussions can produce long-term pain and dysfunctions, including insomnia, anxiety, and depression.
Forest Tennant, MD, DrPH explores the original writings of Thomas Addison, MD, (Addison's Disease) to detail stories of chronic pain and adrenal failure.