Cleveland Clinic researchers are working on a mechanism-guided therapy that would use stem cells to treat patients with complex regional pain syndrome.Read More
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.
A recently published study explains how an international group of specialists developed a more applicable and precise term to replace ‘failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS).’
A new methodology developed at Cleveland Clinic combines electroencephalography (EEG) and artificial intelligence to diagnose pain accurately and objectively.
A new study will investigate whether “laughing gas” can help with pain management for patients with complex regional pain syndrome.
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Research team is looking into new complement-based therapies for CIPN in an effort to improve the quality of life in cancer survivors.
Despite the increasing proportion of pediatric patients with obesity, there is little data about pain sensitivity and analgesic requirements in this population. A new study finds no significant association between increased BMI and higher perioperative pain scores in pediatric patients, and suggests weight-based analgesic dosing is prudent.
In 1993, Michael Stanton-Hicks, MD, worked with an international team of pain medicine specialists to develop diagnostic criteria for CRPS. Today, the possibility of autoimmune mechanisms with a genetic basis has been added to the mix of triggers for CRPS.
Researchers have developed a novel risk prediction score to estimate the likelihood of cardiorespiratory events, which will optimize monitoring systems and provide safer patient recovery.
Pain Management Specialist Jijun Xu, MD, PhD, is leading research to develop protocols on the usage of ketamine infusion for treating complex regional pain syndrome. His most recent research came up with reference protocol for future clinical studies.
Pain Management team led by Nagy Mekhail, MD, PhD, finds ONS successful for certain patients with chronic migraine.