- Acute and Post-Operative Pain
- Cancer-related Pain
- Chronic Noncancer Pain
- Comorbid Conditions
- Interventional Modalites
- Low Back Pain
- Medico-Legal-Ethical Issues
- Neuropathic Pain
- Nonopioid Pharmacotherapy
- Nonpharmacologic Treatment
- Opioid Pharmacotherapy
- Palliative Care
- Risk Management
- Scientific Perspectives
- Special Patient Populations
Immediate Benefits of a Brief 10-Minute Exercise Protocol in a Chronic Pain...
Amy Burleson Sullivan, PsyD
Chronic pain is frequency accompanied by profound physical deconditioning, resulting in...
The Concept of Addiction in Law and Regulatory Policy Related to Pain Management
Aaron M. Gilson, MS, MSSW, PhD
Concerns regarding the potential for opioid misuse and abuse and an inaccurate understanding...
Opioids for Chronic Pain: Maximizing Benefits and Minimizing Risks
Daniel P. Alford, MD, MPH
Opioid analgesics are increasingly being prescribed for the management of chronic pain despite...
Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy: New Perspectives From the Bedside...
Charles L. Loprinzi, MD
Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is a significant, debilitating complication...
New course tackles chronic painDelta-OptimistUnfortunately, constant pain is a reality for...
Terminal cancer patient dreads having to endure pain in last days - Calgary Herald
More Effective Pain Killers And Anti-Addiction Medicines Likely Following Discovery Of Atomic Structure Of Molecule That Bi ...
Scientists have for the first time determined the three-dimensional atomic structure of a...
New Surveys Reveal Striking Differences Between Public Perceptions and Private Realities of People With Fibromyalgia
ROCKLIN, Calif., March 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- In a unique approach that compares the...
Music therapy can reduce stress, ease pain
DALLAS -- Judith Ritchie unlocked her office at the Sammons Cancer Center and carefully...
New Evidence Strengthens Link Between Opioids And Cancer Growth
Opioid drugs used to relieve pain in postoperative and chronic cancer patients may stimulate...