Search results for "Pain Management"

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Osteoarthritis can ease with easy changes

said, all of which can frame the perception of pain and open up a role for the therapeutic pain management approach. ... But she remains hopeful. “The history of osteoarthritis treatment has been pain management, how to approach the pain that the
May 2021

What's new in other College publications

Enroll today! ACPNet: Analyze your practice patterns and effectively improve your clinical practice and patient management. ... Participate in these current ACPNet projects: ACPNet Pain Management and ACPNet COPD Project.
November 2008

Internal Medicine 2012 coverage highlights core topics

Prescribing opiates in primary care is often necessary for pain management but is fraught with potential problems. ... and how to deal with obesity and its management.
June 2012

In the News

Two professional societies released guidelines on opioid therapy to treat chronic, noncancer pain. ... ACP Internist offers a supplement on opioid pain management and pocket cards online.
April 2009

ACPNET brings continuing medical education into the clinic

use and pain management. ... instructions about proper eating and the patient self-management module.
March 2008

ACP programs provide best practices to ensure the best care

Participation is currently open for ACPNet's quality improvement projects on pain management and COPD.
January 2009

Hospital medicine meeting offers advice for all internists

Dr. Epstein offered some clinical pearls for effective pain management in an easy-to-remember form. ... Oral pain medications will simplify patients' transitions to home or a nursing home.
June 2010

‘New narrative’ for back pain means managing modalities

Alternative treatments like mindful meditation, acupuncture, mindful stress reduction, tai chi, yoga, and cognitive behavioral therapy can play a role in the management of chronic back pain. ... management of chronic lower back pain.
May 2018

Sharing knowledge is part of a modern Hippocratic Oath

Most recently, Scott Reuben, MD, a prominent anesthesiologist, confessed to falsifying numerous clinical studies regarding pain management. ... Specific challenges for the internist include educating the patients about self-management of chronic diseases
June 2009

Integrative medicine makes gains in back pain

Saper's research. Dr. Ende recommended initially managing acute back pain patients conservatively. ... That's not a pain problem. It's an addiction issue,” he said.
October 2017

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