This special report argues that many patients with chronic pain may not be significantly impacted by psychological factors, and that for those who are, cognitive–behavioral therapy is the treatment of choice.
Browsing: Pain Management
Is biofeedback an effective intervention for the treatment of chronic low back pain? In this commentary, the authors describe biofeedback for chronic low back pain and summarize current research on biofeedback to address key questions.
How can parental physiological response be used as an additional measure of parental experience? This review examines cardiac responses as common indices of stress and emotional responding and reviews extant literature examining parental cardiac responses in the pediatric pain context.
This article examines the interplay of social support, pain intensity and ethnicity as moderators and covariates of relationship on depressive symptomatology.
This PRISMA systematic review analyzes the efficacy of spinal cord stimulation for treatment of phantom limb pain.
Jade Parker speaks to Dr Edgar Ross from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, three-time winner of the American Pain Society Clinical Centers of Excellence Award.
This study investiagtes whether women experience pain with increased frequency and intensity than do men.
In this commentary, the authors review the history and current developments in neuromodulation, with a focus on dorsal root ganglion stimulation.
This article explores the role of sleep as a pathological mechanism to fibromyalgia and the currently available pharmacological treatments for improving sleep in fibromyalgia.
This article reviews the development of novel treatments for fibromyalgia, discussing pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic interventions and whether any of these are truly effective at treating the condition.