How Dr. Benjamin Katholi uses acupuncture and frequency-specific microcurrent to treat pain in pediatric patients.
The pain from arachnoiditis is often described as vivid “electrical” sensations that do not follow the path of any nerve. Today, pain procedures are helping patients manage the pain without the use of medication.
Physical modalities, such as aggressive physical therapy and desensitization techniques to raise the pain threshold, are effective in treating children with CRPS.
High-frequency spinal cord stimulation is being studied as a treatment option for people suffering from painful peripheral diabetic neuropathy.
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Pain Management specialist Benjamin Abraham, MD, is working on new ways to help those diagnosed with fibromyalgia. Group appointments are one new approach.
Most nurses learn about pain assessment and management on the job. But how knowledgeable are they about the core competencies related to pain? A new test examines pain knowledge of post-licensure nurses
Treatments for lower spine stenosis (LSS) range from conservative management to laminectomy surgery. Now, minimally invasive lumbar decompression – or Mild® – has proven successful for the right patients.
Lifestyle plays a major role in managing chronic pain. By improving three often overlooked factors — movement, mindset and monitoring — patients can complement medical treatments to improve outcomes.
A patient’s healthy diet is fundamental to the success of pain management therapies. Here’s how sugar, processed carbohydrates, damaged fats and oils, and toxins can exacerbate chronic pain.
An emphasis on rehabilitation to patients’ maximum function level typically ends up yielding ancillary benefits in terms of pain, depression and anxiety.