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In this retrospective observational study of chronic unresolved ankle pain, Hackett-Hemwall dextrose prolotherapy helped promote a measurable decrease in the pain and stiffness of the treated joints and improvement in clinically-relevant parameters.
This article explains how chronic pain can cause brain atrophy, and altered neurochemistry and sensory function of the central nervous system.
A biopsychosocial approach is best suited for assessment and treatment of traumatic musculoskeletal pain with concomitant post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Most, if not all, post-concussion symptoms are quite treatable and can often make a dramatic difference in the quality of life for a chronic pain patient recovering from traumatic brain injury.
Using exclusive laser treatment, a foot neuroma case (for a patient that was not effectively treated by conventional medicine) was resolved to a pain-free state over the course of six weeks. Article covers this complementary treatment option for chronic pain patients.
A clinical history and physical examination with judicious use of appropriate diagnostic modalities are mandatory in identifying what is the likely pain in stroke survivors.
This retrospective observational study of patients with unresolved wrist pain noted improvements in many quality of life parameters after Hackett-Hemwall dextrose prolotherapy.
Depression, anxiety, coping, somatization, sleeplessness, and hypochondriasis are prevalent in the chronic pain population and, left untreated, are associated with greater risk for poor outcomes.
Case report of a male patient whose death was hastened by chronic pain.
Considerations of muscular relationships in pain management based on Surface Electromyographic (SEMG) Studies. Focuses on shoulder pain/shoulder dysfunction.
Case presentation of a US veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom following injuries from two consecutive Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs).
A primer for pain management physicians on the mechanism of action and indications for use.
Expert opinion is an important source of information for clinicians hoping to treat this condition efficiently and effectively.
A clinical case examination of behavioral treatment using a relaxation model of biofeedback in treating this rare painful disorder.
An SEMG view of investigation of muscular dysfunction and rehabilitation of the lower limb muscles.
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