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Increasing estimates of the prevalence of comorbid Axis I and Axis II disorders in the chronic pain population stress the need for counselors to recognize clients who may require integrative or concurrent treatment of other mental health disorders, especially substance use disorders (Karlin et al.
Chronic pain is a major health problem which affects a large number of the world's population.
Rav explains the potential of marijuana's capacity for healing anyone afflicted with chronic pain.
It has been cleared by the US FDA for treatment of chronic pain without a prescription.
For those with doubts about their abilities or the validity of pain complaints, "how you feel about treating chronic pain is going to be perceived by the patient," cautioned Louis Kuritzky MD, clinical assistant professor, University of Florida, Gainesville.
It is interesting to know that chronic pain is not just a symptom but it is a syndrome of more than one illness.
An overview of shared pathophysiology of chronic pain conditions and MDD therefore can be useful in practice.
Critique: As informed and informative as it is thoughtful and thought-provoking, ""The Painful Truth: What Chronic Pain Is Really Like and Why It Matters to Each of Us" provides a wealth of insights that are exceptionally well presented and will prove to be of immense interest for academia and non-specialist general reader alike.
Pohl and Ketcham present general interest readers with a program to help chronic pain sufferers reduce chronic pain without the use of painkillers.
The Axium system is designed to provide relief for patients battling chronic pain through stimulation of the dorsal root ganglion.
High-tech brain imaging could improve treatments for chronic pain, new research suggests.
In a new study published in the November issue of the journal PAIN, researchers in Denmark found an increased risk of death associated with chronic pain without opioid treatment, as well as an even higher risk among those prescribed opioids for long-term use and a somewhat lower risk associated with short-term use.

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