Platelet-rich plasma, in theory, seems like a logical and potentially beneficial treatment for osteoarthritis. Our pain expert reviews 2 recent studies that are telling.
What does the evidence show for the clinical effectiveness of 10 of the most common elective orthopedic procedures? A recent umbrella review sheds light.
A 20-something young man is in the ED after a fall off a scooter while doing tricks. What do you see on the x-ray? What type of injury is it?
A neurologist and a rheumatologist sat down with Patient Care editors to talk about their focus on balance in the gut microbiome as an essential element of clinical care.
A 32-year-old woman is seen in the ED with pain from an ankle injury sustained about 24 hours earlier. What does the x-ray show? How would you proceed?
Long COVID is now a term recognized worldwide. We talked with Ani Nalbandian, MD, lead author of the most comprehensive review-to-date, about what she and her colleagues have learned.
A new study on conversion of acute to chronic low back pain identifies clinician behavior as well as patient characteristics that increase that risk.
ENDO 2021: Fewer than 1-in-10 older adults with a hip fracture had been prescribed bone-directed treatment in the 6 months prior to the incident, according to research on trends in treatment.
Study: Anosmia, myalgias, and headache were the most common extrapulmonary symptoms seen in COVID-19 patients at first presentation, say investigators.
Listen to our newest podcast episode where the lead author of a recent meta-analysis shares his findings on the safety and efficacy of antidepressant medications to treat back and osteoarthritis pain.