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Pain

Managing Diabetes in Older Adults

This Physician’s Weekly feature was completed in cooperation with the experts at the American Diabetes Association. Published research suggests that approximately 30% of people older than 65 have either diagnosed or undiagnosed...

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Pain Management: A Look at Provider Perspectives

It has been well established that pain is the most commonly reported symptom in primary care and a leading cause of disability. Primary care providers (PCPs) face numerous challenges in caring for patients with chronic pain....

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Considering Artificial Disc Replacement

Neck and low back pain accounts for between $50 billion and $75 billion in direct and indirect costs each year in the United States, and more than 1 million surgeries are performed to address these issues annually. Back pain is...

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Wanted: Pain Training in Psychiatry

Chronic pain is a public health problem of pandemic proportions that affects more than 70 million Americans. It’s among the most common concerns for healthcare professionals, and the annual costs associated with chronic pain...

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Guidelines for Diagnosing Low Back Pain

Low back pain is one of the most common reasons for patients to see physicians. Many who suffer from low back pain receive routine imaging (performed without a clear clinical indication). Routine imaging, however, has not been...

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