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The World Health Organization has updated its guidelines for the management of chronic pain in children ages 0 to 19 years, replacing those issued in 2012. Studies suggest that between one-quarter and one-third of children experience chronic pain. WHO states that “Based on the most current...

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Manual therapies and the human touch positively affect people with chronic pain, and are an important part of a multimodal, interdisciplinary approach to pain management. Michael Kurisu, DO, ABIHM, is the clinical director of the Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of California San...

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Evidence suggests that multimodal treatment approaches that focus on biopsychosocial factors achieve the best outcomes for patients with chronic pain. Dr. Adkinson shares some best practices and possible pitfalls related to engagement of this team based integrative pain care.

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Current practice in the outpatient setting tends to utilize pain psychology and movement based interventions such as exercise, physical therapy, or yoga as adjuncts to care, and are often delivered separately to the patient. Healthcare providers are aware of the benefits of psychological therapies...

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The population is aging, and osteoarthritis (OA) tends to affect older adults more, so understandably its rates are going up. The increase in obesity is another reason for the increase in rates of OA: it’s becoming a major public health issue. There’s a lot of research to understand the...

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