World Institute of Pain

PPJ – Exciting Discoveries in Pain Medicine: November 2023 Edition

November 16, 2023

PAIN Practice Journal

NOVEMBER 2023 | VOL. 23 | ISSUE 8

As we step into the month of November, the field of pain medicine continues to evolve, bringing forth valuable insights and breakthroughs. Pain Practice, a renowned platform for disseminating clinically relevant research, once again showcases four exceptional articles that contribute to our understanding of pain management and relief.

๐Ÿ” Exploring the Inner World of Pain-Related Suffering The first featured study dives into the intriguing question of whether experimentally induced pain-related suffering leads individuals to withdraw into themselves. Delve into this thought-provoking research and uncover the potential implications for pain management.

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๐Ÿ“Š Comparing Isolated Chronic Low Back Pain (cLBP) to COPCs In the second study, researchers aim to characterize patients with isolated cLBP in contrast to those with cLBP and associated Chronic Overlapping Pain Conditions (COPCs). This comprehensive analysis spans physical, psychological, and social domains, offering valuable insights into patient profiles.

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๐Ÿ’ก TCMS Treatment for Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy (DPN) The third study takes us on a journey through a multicenter parallel double-blind phase II clinical trial. It demonstrates the potential for pain relief in patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) treated with TCMS. Explore the promising outcomes of this innovative approach.

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๐ŸŒŸ Enhancing Post-Kyphoplasty Vertebral Augmentation (PKP) with VBQS Lastly, the fourth study evaluates the utility of adjacent and injured vertebral bone quality scores (VBQS) based on T1-weighted MRI images in Anterior Vertebral Reconstruction (AVR) after Post-Kyphoplasty Vertebral Augmentation (PKP) for Osteoporotic Vertebral Fractures (OVFs) with Intravertebral Clefts (IVCs). Discover the potential advancements in OVFs management.

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These articles offer a glimpse into the cutting-edge research that shapes the field of pain medicine. Each study contributes valuable insights that can impact patient care and treatment approaches.

We invite you to explore these articles in detail by clicking on the provided links. Stay informed, stay at the forefront of pain management knowledge.

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