Here we review your favorite and most-read pieces from all five of our partnered journals in 2018, giving you access to the most popular articles over the last year.
Browsing: pain management
This review explores the limitations of the present technology and current challenges of SCS before reviewing some of the most important recent advances.
The new retrospective population-based cohort study from the Mayo Clinic included data from 1993 patients with polyneuropathy.
The future of neuromodulation: an interview with Timothy Deer, President of the International Neuromodulation Society
Dr Deer discusses his career highlights, most memorable patient cases, and looks ahead at future challenges and trends in the field of neuromodulation.
The aim of this editorial from the journal Pain Management is to analyze the current status of evidence for TENS for pain relief.
A new study has indicated that a wireless patch on the arm that provides electrical stimulation could be as effective in reducing migraine pain as conventional drugs.
In this commentary, Turo Nurmikko focuses on the choice of surgical treatment in an unoperated patient with clinically established trigeminal neuralgia.
Dr Stefan Friedrichsdorf discusses what makes the Children’s Minnesota Hospital stand out, including its Comfort Promise and approach to pediatric pain.
The moderating and covarying effects of social support and pain intensity on depressive symptomology among racially and ethnically diverse older adults
This article examines the interplay of social support, pain intensity and ethnicity as moderators and covariates of relationship on depressive symptomatology.
A recent study in mice has identified a chemical substance, OB-1, which dampens the perception of light touch and could be used to target neuropathic pain.