Study finds that this newer form of neuromodulation has good potential for the optimization and personalization of pain control for certain patients with chronic back and leg pain.
A pain psychologist and a PM&R physician discuss the invaluable role of behavioral intervention for chronic back pain in our latest Neuro Pathways podcast episode.
The first outcomes from our 12-week Back on TREK program showed significant gains across multiple quality-of-life metrics with a multidisciplinary nonpharmacologic approach to low back pain.
Psychosocial variables may be among the best outcome predictors in chronic pain. A pilot project for low back pain is putting that notion to the test — and relying heavily on behavioral medicine interventions in the process.
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Current approaches to chronic low back pain aren’t working. Here’s why and how Cleveland Clinic’s Neurological Institute hopes to upend them in a new population health initiative for chronic back pain.
False concordance between imaging findings and patients’ complaints of chronic back pain is at the heart of much of the emerging chronic pain epidemic. So contends a veteran Cleveland Clinic spine surgeon.
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.