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Glial cell activation and neuroinflammation are the underlying causes of centralized pain and its associated comorbidities, including depression, fatigue, and insomnia.
Delirium in the elderly, use of opioids following surgery, improved prosthetics, and epigentics
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.
This series of cases illustrates the authors’ experiences of using intercostal nerve blocks and local infiltration of anesthetics to diagnose and treat this obscure syndrome.
Dr. John Claude Krusz discusses the biomechanics and pathophysiology of traumatic brain injuries, as well as their symptoms: post-concussion syndrome, post-traumatic headache, and migraine.
Dr. Forest Tennant delves into Elvis Presley's medical records to uncover underlying head trauma, autoimmune disease, and pain that may have contributed to his untimely death.
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.
This article discusses how to assess and measure chronic pain in pediatric patients and examines the various complementary therapies used in treatment.
Article explores a range of causes and treatments of prenatal low back pain.
PPM Editor in Chief Dr. Forest Tennant discusses suffering and suicide attempts in elderly pain patients.
Case challenge on how to manage perioperative pain in an opioid-tolerant elderly patient. How would you treat this patient who is going to have total knee arthroplasty?
PPM Editor in Chief-authored article about sudden, unexpected death in patients with chronic pain.
Editor's memo from Practical Pain Management: Should we be using the phrase "centralized pain" in the pain field?
One of the most successful treatment models for comorbid pain and mental health disorders is a program based on the biopsychosocial model, which takes into account physical, mental health, and social issues. Learn more about how this model works and if you should use it with your chronic pain patients.
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