10 New Findings in Pain Management

May 13, 2016

Pain management research and education efforts are making the news. Here are the latest developments.

As the American Pain Society’s 35th Annual Scientific Meeting gets under way this week in Austin, Texas, pain management research and education efforts are making the news on a variety of fronts.Click through the slides above for the latest findings and developments.

References:

1. Disk Herniation at the Root of Sciatica

2. Patients Know Their Gout, But Not Their Goal

3. CDC Opioids Guideline for Primary Care Physicians

4. Muscle Power Fuels Pain, Quality of Life in Knee Osteoarthritis

5. The Burden of Neuropathic Pain

6. Unfit Children Are Fit for Pain

7. Drug Abusers in Primary Care Self-Medicate Chronic Pain

8. Immune Changes and Pain Linked in Older Adults

9. The Leptin Link: Hunger Hormone Tied to Body Pain

10. With Acetaminophen, People Not Feeling Other People’s Pain