A single-session, two-hour group education program gives patients more tools for managing their chronic pain.Read More
Virtual visits can play a key role in helping individuals manage conditions for which patient education is especially important.
Spinal cord stimulation should be carefully considered for patients with painful diabetic neuropathy.
Cleveland Clinic is expanding non-pharmacologic care through its Holistic Pain Management centers.
Cleveland Clinic researchers are working on a mechanism-guided therapy that would use stem cells to treat patients with complex regional pain syndrome.
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Persistent loss of taste and smell in patients with long COVID may respond to a novel approach – stellate ganglion block.
Pain specialists can play a special role in diagnosing and treating thoracic outlet syndrome, a group of disorders involving constriction of nerves and/or blood vessels within the thoracic outlet.
As SCS technology expands, it’s important to understand the attributes of individual waveform therapies and to invite patients into the decision-making.
Cleveland Clinic Chair of Palliative and Supportive Care Laura Shoemaker, DO, addresses common barriers to palliative care for patients with cancer.
How does neuromodulation work, exactly — and what kind is best for which patients? Answers to these persistent questions hold the keys to better experiences for patients with chronic pain.
Most patients with anterior knee pain improve with conservative treatment. For the others, collaborating specialists can develop effective strategies.