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Sean Mackey, MD, PhD Sep 29
As we close out , let's remember that while the month ends, we must continue working tirelessly to find solutions for those who suffer from pain. It takes all of us to bring about the cultural transformation needed in pain prevention, assessment, & treatment.
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Beth Darnall, PhD Sep 11
The unintended consequences of opioid restrictions on the people who need them.
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Tic Toc 🌍 Sep 23
Many try to run away from pain & fail To escape pain is not possible as there is only 1 YOU, pain has become you. U R IT! My plan is to accept it or let it wear out over time. But don’t try to escape it via drugs or alcohol or debauchery. That’s a band aid.
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HilaryKimMorden ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Sep 20
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Princess, The Tower Sep 29
“There is increasing evidence that over time, untreated pain eventually rewrites the central nervous system, causing pathological changes to the brain and spinal cord, and that these in turn cause greater pain.”
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Beth Darnall, PhD Sep 27
Canada has it right! Promoting better health by creating an engaging and social environment that helps seniors be more mobile and active. Movement is medicine. A playground for seniors
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Dr. Nandan Lad Sep 20
To our patients suffering : We See You! This we want the world to see your courage and help advance new therapies for relief.
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Julia Hush Sep 26
Wearing blue for pain today!
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Pain Medicine Sep 28
In collaboration with efforts by and to further spur scholarship and innovation in this area, Pain Medicine is releasing a special collection of pain education and training articles published by the journal.
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Stanford Pain Medicine Sep 29
"We lack the data to say we are reducing opioids the right way -- safely and effectively," says. Existing policies "fail to recognize the needs of the individual."
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Michaela Patton Sep 27
Look at this distraction tool in the blood draw room at my doctor’s office!
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Medical News Today Sep 30
Approximately 20% of adults in the U.S. are currently living with chronic pain. New research has identified a protein that could be an effective target for pain relieving drugs.
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BPS Education SIG Sep 26
Are you going to wear blue today to show support for
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Fibro Bloggers Sep 27
Chronic pain and suicide risk: It is and it is
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Mary Suma Cardosa Sep 27
Dr NKS “I think I’m blue enough!”
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Nita Ghei PhD, JD Sep 27
What she said. Opioids are safer and more effective than so called alternatives like spinal surgery, ketamine infusions, or art therapy.
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Princess, The Tower Sep 30
“If they suffer from , they’re in pain all of the time… In my case, I’m never symptom-free. Even on a “good” day…and slowly deteriorate as the day progresses.”
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Brigid P. Gallagher Sep 26
The author shares her top ten tips for self healing, the importance of mindfulness and "Learning to Love Thyself."
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RYAH Sep 25
The US gov't has just announced $3 million in funding for new research into cannabis and pain. The focus across the 9 studies is on CBD or other minor compounds. Still, this is an excellent first step. Very appropriate announcement for
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Stanford Pain Medicine Sep 26
Many factors including early childhood life experiences and genes shape the way an individual experiences pain, tells .
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