Sleep Disorders and Osteoarthritis Pain: New Study Underway

Researchers at university of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) are recruiting participants in an ongoing pain study for a new examination of possible causal relationships between sleep disorders and knee osteoarthritis pain. "Sleep is a modifiable phenomenon," noted a researcher from UAB's Division of Clinical Immunology and Rheumatology. "Treating sleep to modify pain may allow more options than simply treating pain at the source, which is often extremely difficult." Read more about the planned research here.


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