Chronic Pain Syndromes Podcasts

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Erythromelagia is a rare and potentially devastating syndrome associated with severe heat and burning pain, and redness involving the skin of the hands or feet or both. The study of this disorder has led to the discovery of new insights into pain pathophysiology as well as new treatments. This...

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The Institute of Medicine stated in 2011 that one of the health professional's primary roles for chronic pain should be guiding, coaching, and assisting patients with day-to-day self-management of their pain condition and, along with National Institutes of Health, have established research involving...

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Several studies from both pain clinics and primary care have found that regional myofascial pain is the most common presenting pain condition. Yet the lack of awareness of it is surprising. Everyone, at some point in their lives, has experienced acute muscle pain associated with overuse or...

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This course presents the basic principles of etiology, diagnosis, and management of orofacial pain using transformative care. Because orofacial structures have close association with eating, communication, sight, and hearing as well as forming the basis for appearance, self-esteem, and personal...

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There are a number of common neuropathic pain syndromes, such as complex regional pain syndrome, postherpetic neuralgia, and diabetic neuropathy, that have established diagnostic and treatment paradigms. There also are a number of neuropathic pain disorders that are as common but less understood and...

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