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All General Musculoskeletal Pain Articles

As Performing Arts Medicine gains attention, specific pain care approaches are needed to prevent and treat related MSK injuries in instrumentalists, dancers, and other artists.
Athletes can often fight through their pain to compete, which makes their pain control so unique. Tips for PM&R and other pain practitioners.
ITB Therapy with Lioresal Intrathecal (baclofen injection) reduces spasticity-related pain and improves quality of life.
Post-menopausal women are prone to experience musculoskeletal pain and sleep disturbance. Researchers examine why.
Rise in diagnoses and costs point to need for more research, treatment methods for Amplified Musculoskeletal Pain Syndrome (AMPS) in pediatric population
An expansion of treatment means more options for migraine and musculoskeletal pain sufferers.
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.
Shoulder pain represents a significant portion of musculoskeletal injuries. Rotator cuff injuries, in particular, can be painful and debilitating, leading to chronic disability and job loss.
In essence, doctors of podiatric medicine are pain management specialists, albeit in a very different way.
The science of ergonomics is an approach that aims to fit the workplace conditions and requirements to the worker--instead of the other way around.
Article explores a range of causes and treatments of prenatal low back pain.
New research suggests interstitial cystitis (IC), a painful bladder disorder, is quite prevalent in the general population. Learn about this type of chronic pelvic pain in this article.
Article highlights treatment modalities for pelvic floor dysfunction and chronic pelvic pain. Discussion of electric neuromodulation is included.
An introductory view of surface electromyography methodology in the investigation and rehabilitation of dysfunctional and painful axial skeleton muscles.
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