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In an address delivered yesterday at the American Pain Society Scientific Meeting in Milwaukee, a senior official at the National Institutes of Health advanced the recommendation that more research is needed into the role of connective tissue changes in perpetuating musculoskeletal pain. Helene...

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In the primary care setting, one of the most common reasons for somebody to visit a physician or a health practitioner will be low back pain. It’s also very common to have neck pain, to have shoulder pain, knee pain, ankle pain, etc.  Unfortunately, medical education has lagged quite a bit in terms...

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