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Wilson Compton, MD, NIDA (Source: NIDA) A Q&A with Wilson Compton, MD, MPE, Deputy Director, National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Until recently, the methods used to treat pain have been mainly focused on opioids and NSAIDs—neither being an ideal option due to undesirable side effects, according to Leonard Goldstein, DDS, PhD, assistant vice president for clinical education development at AT Still University in Mesa, AZ, and PPM editorial advisor As the focus on decreasing prescribed opioid
Medicinal marijuana in pain management is a promising non-pharmacological therapy that clinicians should know more about.
Inside abuse-deterrent formulations – and their potential impact on the opioid epidemic.
Despite its prevalent use, little evidence is shown to warrant the treatment of epidural steroid injections.
Despite evidence of benefitting OUD, MAT treatments are not made available to the vast majority of patients.
Cyproheptadine may be useful in treating chronic pain conditions such as sleep disorders, sexual dysfunction, refractory headaches, and more.
Sunascen Therapeutics have developed a line of non-habit forming pain relievers that are developed with the patient in mind.
Tanezumab is the first investigational humanized monoclonal immunoglobulin G2 antibody, preventing the binding of NGF to its receptors to block the pain response pathway.
What do patients really think about opioid vs non-opioid medications for chronic pain?
Alternative therapies for MSK pain, osteoarthritis, post-herpetic neuralgia, and peripheral neuropathy.
The author presents effective strategies to tapering your patients off of opioid therapy.
Chronic pain remains the same or gets better after stopping opioid treatment, according to a new study.
Medications which are commonly prescribed to people with dementia have been linked to an increase in harmful side-effects.
Agency continues its efforts to broaden access to generic versions of opioids formulated to deter abuse.