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Tips for encouraging patients with chronic pain to complete an exercise regimen.
Practitioners and peers discuss the CDC guidelines, plantar fasciitis, cannabis for migraine and rheumatoid arthritis, and light therapy.
Industry experts Jianguo Cheng, Stefan Evers, W. Clay Jackson, Lynn Kohan, William Maixner, Paula Marchetta, and more share their visions.
The US Department of Health and Human Services established the Interagency Pain Research Coordinating Committee as part of the Patient Protection and Affordable Healthcare Act (Public Law 111-148) to coordinate all pain research efforts within HHS and across other federal agencies.
Fitting into a new practice may be tough, but there are several measures you can take to ensure a smooth transition.
Practitioners and peers discuss naloxone access in schools, converting products to buprenorphine, and OUD / MAT management.
Early interactions with chronic pain patients are key to treatment acceptance trust, and ongoing communication.
Practitioners and peers discuss how recovery centers may rejection medication-assisted treatment for OUD, the prospect of cannabis for chronic headaches, and more.
The Society of Palliative Care Pharmacists shares a vision for enhancing the pharmacist’s crucial role in chronic pain, palliative care, and hospice care.
Inside the roadblocks affecting the pain care industry’s use ofabuse-deterrent opioids, including insurance coverage and prescribing tactics.
New PPM Co-Editors-at-Large Jeff Gudin, MD, and Jeffrey Fudin, PharmD, reflect on the collaborative nature of the pain management community.
Clinicians answer reader questions and comments regarding ACT Therapy and topical analgesics.
JPS Health Network and the American Society of Clinical Oncology share their experience in improving pain documentation and plans of care.
Many non-pharmacological therapies have limitations that stunt their progression into therapies for chronic pain.
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