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Back pain recovery is slow

21 Jul 2008 – General Pain News
Contrary to current guidelines and common belief, new research has shown that recovery from low back pain is much slower than previously thought and even slower again for those with a compensable … – more

Disclosing violence to primary care or obstetrics/gynaecology physicians most beneficial

15 Jul 2008 – General Pain News
Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) and Boston Medical Center (BMC) found that patients who disclose intimate partner violence (IPV) to their clinicians of any type did not … – more

Migraine mutations reveal clues to biological basis of disorder

15 Jul 2008 – Hot Pain Topics
Fifteen percent to 20 percent of people worldwide suffer from migraines – excruciating headaches often presaged by dramatic sensations, or “auras.” By studying a rare, inherited … – more

Researchers find possible ‘master switch’ gene in juvenile arthritis

10 Jul 2008 – General Pain News
Researchers have found that a gene region known to play a role in some varieties of adult rheumatoid arthritis is also present in all types of childhood arthritis. The researchers say the responsible … – more

Multiple sclerosis patients with same symptoms may have distinct types of disease

10 Jul 2008 – General Pain News
Animal studies by University of Michigan scientists suggest that people who experience the same clinical signs of multiple sclerosis (MS) may have different forms of the disease that require … – more

Incidence of melanoma among rheumatoid arthritis patients treated with methotrexate

7 Jul 2008 – Hot Pain Topics
The objective of this study was to determine the cancer risk in a cohort of 459 rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients treated with methotrexate in community practice. – more

Study on the efficacy and safety of pregabalin monotherapy in patients with fibromyalgia

7 Jul 2008 – Hot Pain Topics
The purpose of the study was to assess the efficacy and safety of pregabalin monotherapy in patients with fibromyalgia in a randomised, double-blinded, placebo-controlled trial. – more

New research to impact osteoporosis clinical practice

6 Jul 2008 – General Pain News
A new technique is being developed to measure the variation in bone density within spinal bones which may improve the ability to identify people at special risk of spinal fractures – one of the … – more

Adding spinal cord stimulation to treatment plan gives best results for FBSS pain

2 Jul 2008 – Breaking Pain News
Results of the PROCESS (prospective randomised controlled multi-centre study) trial were recently published in the journal Pain. They showed that spinal cord stimulation (SCS) therapy significantly … – more

Researchers link low level urinary cadmium concentrations to osteoporosis

2 Jul 2008 – General Pain News

Researchers from Stony Brook University Medical Center have found that women in the United States who have urinary cadmium levels that are below the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health … – more

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