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CBT vs Pain Education for Chronic Pain in Low-Income Clinics

CBT vs Pain Education for Chronic Pain in Low-Income Clinics

Group cognitive behavioral therapy and pain education may be more effective than usual care for improving pain and physical function in patients presenting with chronic pain at low-income clinics.

Tai Chi May Be Therapeutic Option for Fibromyalgia

Tai chi interventions may be more effective at treating fibromyalgia than aerobic exercise.

FDA: Social Media Companies Are Not Doing Enough to Stop Illegal Opioid Sales

FDA has called on social media companies and internet service providers to take a proactive approach in curbing online selling of opioids through their platforms.

Opinion

Managing pain in primary care

A FNP reflects on his experiences working with pain management patients prescribed opioids.

Opioid use in middle-aged adults

Clinicians are in the unique position to educate and counsel middle-aged adults about their opioid use and influence strategies needed to provide effective pain control.

When patients need services that don't exist

It can be difficult to care for complex patients when they need services that do not exist.

Clinical Features

Assessing lidocaine efficacy for chronic pain management

Assessing lidocaine efficacy for chronic pain management

Intravenous, patch lidocaine might be effective in treating, preventing chronic pain.

Opioids and naloxone for pain management

Opioids and naloxone for pain management

Co-prescribing naloxone and opioids in primary care is recommended for patients who have a high risk for opioid overdose.

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