Hey there, pain practitioners and researchers! We’re excited to share the latest news from the World Institute of Pain. In the September edition of the Wiley PAIN Practice journal, we’re proud to announce that several of our research articles have been featured. 🌐📚
Here are the featured article titles:
“Clinical study of puncture technique in single division of the trigeminal ganglion intumescentia” – Dive into the latest findings on trigeminal ganglion puncture techniques. Read more.
“Physiotherapy management of nociplastic pain: A Delphi study of Italian specialists” – Discover insights from Italian specialists on managing nociplastic pain through physiotherapy. Read more.
“The effects of physical exercise on structural, functional, and biochemical brain characteristics in individuals with chronic whiplash-associated disorder: A pilot randomized clinical trial” – Explore the impact of physical exercise on chronic whiplash-associated disorder. Read more.
“Interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation and sexual functioning: Treatment outcomes and patient preferences” – Gain valuable insights into interdisciplinary pain rehabilitation and its effects on sexual functioning. Read more.
We invite you to delve into these cutting-edge studies and expand your knowledge in the field of pain management. Each article is a valuable resource for practitioners, researchers, and anyone interested in the latest advancements in pain practice.
Feel free to click on the links above to access the full articles. 📖
Stay tuned for more updates and research insights from the World Institute of Pain. Your pursuit of knowledge and dedication to pain management are greatly appreciated. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to reach out.