Abdominal pain is one of the most common complaints in EDs and often has a long length of stay. A CNS at Cleveland Clinic researched why it can take so long to move patients with abdominal pain through the ED.
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.
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.
Twelve percent of U.S. kids use some form of complementary medicine. Here’s what Cleveland Clinic Children’s is doing to make sure they use it as an appropriate complement to traditional therapies.
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Cleveland Clinic forms a new Chronic Abdominal Pain Clinic and care path, bringing together pain management, gastrointestinal and neurological expertise. Goal: Reduce use of opioids.