Pain studies conducted at Cleveland Clinic delve deeper into patients’ experience with how their pain is managed following hospitalization and surgery. Results shed light and lead to additional questions.
Research indicates that diet can help reduce inflammation, bringing relief from fibromyalgia and other chronic pain. Here are three diet basics we can communicate to patients.
New research reveals more about how women experience pain differently than men. See what recent reports say about gender differences in headache and musculoskeletal, abdominal and pelvic pain.
Pain management specialists in Cleveland Clinic’s Chronic Abdominal Pain Clinic use dorsal column stimulation to relieve debilitating abdominal pain.
Dedicated pain management team works 24/7 to preempt patients’ postop pain. As a result, patients need less opioids and have shorter hospital stays. Surgery-specific, evidence-based pathways make it possible.
Dorsal column stimulation (DCS), a neuromodulation therapy used for chronic back and limb pain, is now an option for abdominal pain. Learn how DCS is performed and which patients should consider it.
Cleveland Clinic pain management specialists are researching innovative ways to ease TMJ, lower extremity and diskogenic back pain. Initial successes show promise for patients with refractory conditions.
Chronic pelvic pain (CPP) is challenging to diagnose and treat. At Cleveland Clinic’s Pelvic Pain Center, a multidisciplinary team of specialists work in tandem to personalize care for patients suffering from CPP.
The longer people live, the higher their risk for getting shingles. Knowledge is power. Encourage people to get the shingles vaccine, and share these other common myths to help people avoid the pain of shingles.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s is pairing this novel decision-support system with a new predictive tool to pioneer evaluation of behavioral risk factors for chronic pain in pediatric rheumatology practice.