Pain Management Information Center
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 interventions may be more effective at treating fibromyalgia than aerobic exercise.
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.
Individuals with gluten neuropathy experienced less peripheral neuropathic pain when adhering to strict gluten-free diets.
Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation may be ineffective in treating, relieving lower back pain when compared with other nerve stimulation therapies.
Both modified cognitive behavioral therapy and pain education interventions were associated with improved pain in patients with disadvantaged backgrounds.
Intravenous, patch lidocaine might be effective in treating, preventing chronic pain.
Nearly all of kratom's major compounds bind to opioid receptors in the human brain, and 2 of the top 5 most prevalent compounds activate those receptors, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb said in a statement. In addition, there have been 44 reported deaths associated with the use of kratom, often in combination with other substances, Gottlieb said.
A FNP reflects on his experiences working with pain management patients prescribed opioids.
A combination of psychoeducation, cognitive-based therapy, visualization, and breathing exercises may represent a tolerable and readily accepted complementary therapeutic approach for adolescent patients with chronic pain.