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Options vary for acute pain management

This issue covers guidelines on chronic pain, the utility of the bedside exam, and a new shingles vaccination. ... There is no shortage of guidelines on management of chronic pain, especially given the nation's opioid crisis, but acute pain can be more
February 2018

It's a start

physicians was trained to eradicate pain aggressively. I recall being taught that aggressive pain management was an essential element of good patient care, and that it had a low likelihood of ... CMS got into the act by including questions about pain
November 2020

Elements of chronic pain are often overlooked

Often, medicines for chronic pain [as for other conditions] don’t work that well. • ... Pain is a symptom experienced by nearly everyone at some time or another.
November 2020

Creating dependency: Is that what we do for a living?

Humans view torture, deliberately causing another being to have pain, as vile and unacceptable. ... nurses were encouraged to rate a person's pain on a scale of 1-10.
November 2020

The hold over

He'd been in a fender bender 2 or 3 years before and had complained of back pain ever since. ... But please, let's talk about another way we can address your pain, okay?
November 2020

A suffering man

This pain did not resolve with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. He had to stop working. ... Over the next months he developed more pain including his shoulders and hips.
November 2020

Solid reporting on 'liquid gold'

unabated. In this new piece, Schulte and Lucas do an expose on an outfit called Comprehensive Pain Specialists, a physician-owned outpatient pain management practice with 54 clinics across 10 states ... sold on the street). 2. Make sure patients AREN’T
November 2020

My turning point

Is pain really a bad thing, or is our aversion to it a sign of human weakness? • ... What is wrong with me? Am I a wimp? Am I really feeling this much pain?
November 2020

Supporting the unsupportable

But short term treatment with NSAIDs, as would be typical for someone with benign neck pain or low back pain, is relatively safe. ... They probably do not lead to quicker resolution of an episode of neck pain, but they may give comfort while the episode
November 2020

Managing pain in primary care: moving beyond the rock and the hard place

Moreover, the consultative and drug monitoring aspect of pain management is not nearly as lucrative as the procedural aspect of pain management. ... For more information on chronic pain management I found the following site particularly informative:.
November 2020

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