100 million Americans have chronic pain. Very few use one of the best tools to treat it. Chronic pain often has no physical cause. Psychotherapy can reduce the suffering.
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Professor Lorimer Moseley, from the University of South Australia, explains chronic pain and how you can change how you think about pain.
A new study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, looked at the effectiveness of opioids for treating chronic pain over 12 months.
Dr. Ajay Wasan, professor and vice chair for pain medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, addresses questions about pain management options.
In his TED Talk, Elliot Krane talks about the complexity of pain and why it makes sense to think about chronic pain as a disease.
As opioid addiction continues to ravage communities across the United States, mapping technology from Esri is helping loved ones of victims cope by letting them crowdsource an interactive memorial.
Providers Clinical Support System (PCSS) discuss the importance of medication assisted treatment in opioid use disorder (OUD) and the opioid epidemic. They also discuss the need for primary care providers to begin treating opioid use disorder patients.
Doctors at Pain Management Rehabilitation, a pilot program at Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, work with patients to gradually stop taking addictive medications.