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Following epidural analgesia in a chronic pain patient, an occurrence of thoracic epidural abscess led to a finding of Munchausen Syndrome.
A discussion of non-pharmacologic treatments for chronic opioid-dependent patients who have sickle cell pain.
The evaluation and management of chronic overuse sports/athletic injuries is one of the most pervasive concerns in sports medicine today. Learn more about treating sports/overuse injuries.
This article discusses treatment of neuropathic pain in multiple sclerosis and explains how patients demonstrated improvement using the oral synthetic cannabinoid nabilone.
Severe, chronic, under-treated pain may produce cardiac and adrenal complications that, in some pain patients, can lead to premature death.
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.
This article discusses treatment of muscular dysfunction of upper limbs and provides an overview of the surface electromyography (SEMG) approach to the investigation of muscular dysfunction and rehabilitation of upper limb muscles.
Understanding and treating the causes and symptoms of tiredness among chronic pain sufferers helps clinicians restore alertness and vitality, increase mental and physical activity, minimize depression and apathy, and optimize pain management.
Persistent, unremitting pain may adversely affect the body's endocrine, cardiovascular, immune, neurologic and musculo-skeletal systems and require aggressive treatment of the pain as well as the resulting complications.
The prevalence of generalized vulvodynia may have been historically under-recognized by the medical profession. Article on this type of chronic pelvic pain.
Insufficiently-treated severe acute pain has been observed to have multifactorial, deleterious effects — direct and indirect — on the cardiovascular system.
To optimize the outcome following sympathetic blockade, accurate diagnosis of sympathetically maintained pain (SMP) should be made.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS)—as a treatment modality for primary dysmenorrhea—can act as a pain relief mechanism for women with painful menstrual cramps.
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