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Painful truths: McGill Scale alone underestimates neuropathic pain in osteoarthritis patients

New research published in The Archives of Physiotherapy suggests that doctors might be underestimating the amount of pain osteoarthritis patients experience.1 Osteoarthritis patients have neuropathic...

Neuropathic Pain after Breast Cancer Treatment

A recent study determines whether the prevalence of neuropathic pain in women following breast cancer treatment is higher compared with those in other cancer...

New Approach to Neuropathic Pain Management

Neuropathic pain is a condition wherein the nervous system becomes sensitized and results in chronic pain. A recent study determined that combining serotonin 5-HT1A...

What is Chronic Pain?

Has your doctor ever asked you to rate your pain on a scale of 1 to 10? If so, then you can probably appreciate that...

Pain Awareness Month: Why You Might See #PainCounts This September

Throughout September the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) raises awareness on pain and pain management. This year's theme is “Research Pain....

Botulinum Toxin Resistance

What is the botulinum toxin? The botulinum toxin is frequently known as the reason behind botulism. Luckily this is a different form of the toxin....

What is Peripheral Neuropathy?

The human nervous system is divided into two major parts known as the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system.1 While the central...

Can Diet Contribute to Chronic Pain

A Western diet has been associated with a variety of negative health consequences, could chronic pain be the next?  Omega-6 fatty acids are typically high...

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