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Integrative Psychosocial Group Treatment

A fundamental challenge for healthcare is to achieve a balance between decreasing the misuse of opioids and associated harms while optimizing patient care, including the provision of multidisciplinary treatments for chronic pain. However, despite recommendations that non-pharmacological interventions are rudimentary in the management of chronic pain, the literature describing which psychosocial interventions are best practice is nearly non-existent. Most of the psychosocial tre...


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The Effects Of Equal Breathing On Pain Pressure Thresholds

Recent research has found that there is moderate evidence for the use of breathing exercises for treating chronic, non-specific low back pain. Researchers have found that there were significant improvements in pain and quality of life in those suffering with low back pain who completed a breathing program intervention. Researchers also found that healthy individuals had higher pain thresholds and tolerance following deep and slow breathing exercises. There are numerous f...

Hip Posterolateral Complex Strengthening in Patients With Chronic Nonspecific Low Back Pain: a Randomized Clinical Trial

Chronic nonspecific low back pain is an important health condition with a high prevalence worldwide and it is associated with enormous direct and indirect costs to the society. Clinical practice guidelines show that many interventions are available to treat patients with chronic low back pain, but the vast majority of these interventions have a modest effect in reducing pain and disability. A biomechanical approach that has been raised is that a weakness of the hip abductors, e...


Prevention of Low Back Pain in the Military

We are studying whether specific back exercise and education programs effectively limit the development of chronic low back pain in Soldiers in the United States Army. These programs represent the current best evidence for prevention of low back pain from an exercise and education perspective. This innovative study will investigate whether a combination of evidence-based exercise and education programs effectively decreases the impact of chronic low back pain, when compared t...

Neuroscience Education on Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a frequent chronic musculoskeletal pathology that usually causes great disability and significant healthcare costs. Substantial scientific evidence indicates a role for central sensitization in OA pain. Reconceptualization of pain through Neuroscience Education (NE) is an intervention that has already been used successfully in some chronic musculoskeletal pain conditions characterized by alteration on CNS pain processing or central sensitization (i.e. chr...

Regional-anaesthesiological Infiltration Techniques for the Management of Chronic Pain: a Retrospective Study

There is a significant debate whether local infiltration techniques may be a method to treat complicated chronic pain syndromes, e.g. refractory headache. Until now there is a lack of evidence regarding efficacy of this treatment especially in long term follow up. Similarly, indication and management are under debate. Aim of this trial is to analyse pain scores during first treatment with anaesthesiological infiltration series.

Prescription Opioid Misuse Assessment

Chronic pain is a worldwide health problem due to its high prevalence and its difficult management with a significant impact on quality of life. Pain and addiction co-occur frequently. Indeed, the prevalence of addiction in patients with chronic non-cancer pain may affect from 0% to 50% of patients (Højsted et al 2010). This large variability in the estimation of addiction prevalence in chronic non-cancer pain patients is at least partly due to a lack of standardization of the...

Characterization of the Iatrogenic Drug Risk in Elderly Patients With Chronic Pain Who Consult the Pain Assessment and Treatment Centre at the Nimes University Hospital

Chronic pain may be an additional risk factor for drug iatrogeny due to its management and also drug non-compliance in the geriatric population. it seems interesting to carry out an inventory of the iatrogenic risk before and after the consultation at the pain centre to enable us to identify the patients most at risk. This study would make it possible to characterize elderly patients with chronic pain, in order to consider, in a future study, setting up a pharmaceutical consul...

Effects of Pain Neuroscience Education vs. Pain Self-Management Education in Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain interventions may include exercises, manual therapy, health education, and pain education, strategies based on psychological or behavioral change approaches, as well as biopsychosocial interventions. Pain self-management programs basically aim to engage the participant in activities, stimulating the patient to be more active in life and live despite the pain. However, pain neuroscience education is a new approach recognized as therapeutic patient education...

Evidence-based Pain Intervention for Veterans: AtEase for Chronic Pain

This study is a randomized controlled trial to test the efficacy AtEase, a pain self-management app in a sample of Veterans with chronic musculoskeletal pain. The primary outcome is changes in PEG scores from baseline to final follow-up (12 months).

The Effects of Physiotherapeutic Interventions Applied to the Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome

Related to urological and gynecological systems, patients with Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CPPS) often present pain, pressure and chronic discomfort in suprapubic and perineal area associated with low urinary tract symptoms. This condition can generates a negative impact in cognitive, social, behavioral and sexual quality of life. As Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome originates from different causes and includes the genitourinary, gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal and neuropsycho...

Clinical Electrophysiology Assessment for Low Back Pain

Non specific chronic low back pain (LBP) is a debilitating disorder characterized by tremendous personal and socioeconomic impact, with long-term sick leave, low quality of life, and very high financial costs. Evidence suggests that patients with non specific LBP presented with altered muscle activity pattern when compare with healthy people. It has been reviewed that exercise therapy was effective for modulation of muscle dysfunction in chronic low back pain. However, there is...

Mind Body Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pain

The goal of this study is to determine if mind body therapies can help people suffering from chronic back pain. The study is a randomized, partially blinded trial examining the effectiveness of mind body interventions (treatment arms) in reducing disability from back pain and alleviating back pain in participants as compared to usual care (control arm ). The investigators will secondarily investigate whether mind body interventions improve participant quality of life and reduce...

Using CERS to Optimize Quality of Life for Persons With Diabetes and Chronic Pain

As many as 75% of people with diabetes report chronic pain. While cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) improves pain and functioning in individuals with chronic pain, many rural and underserved communities lack resources for such programs. The investigators tested the hypothesis that a CBT-based program delivered by community health workers (CHW) can improve quality of life in individuals with diabetes and chronic pain.

Digital Tools for Coping With Chronic Pain

Chronic pain is becoming increasingly more prevalent worldwide. High rates of co-morbid psychological distress are also commonly found among individuals living with chronic pain. Often requiring a multi-modal treatment approach, a growing body of literature suggests that digital behavioral health interventions and tools may serve as promising complementary options to help individuals cope with the pain.

Evaluating the Effectiveness of an ACT-Based Bibliotherapy Intervention Among Adults Living With Chronic Pain

Chronic pain has a significant impact on the physical and psychological functioning of those living with this condition. It is now recognized that Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) is an effective intervention in managing chronic pain; however, several barriers limit its accessibility. The current study aims to evaluate the effectiveness of an eight-week bibliotherapy-type self-administered psychological intervention with minimal therapeutic contact, based on ACT, ...

Accuracy of Point of Care (POC) or In-office Urine Drug Testing (Immunoassay) in Chronic Pain Patients

Accuracy of Point of Care (POC) or In-office Urine Drug Testing (Immunoassay) in Chronic Pain Patients: A Prospective Analysis of Immunoassay and Liquid Chromatography Tandem Mass Spectometry (LC/MS/MS)

Redesign of Everyday Activities and Lifestyle With Occupational Therapy for Chronic Pain Patients

About 20-30% of the Danish population suffer from chronic non-malignant pain. Current evidence suggests that a bio-psychosocial treatment delivered by multidisciplinary teams is the most effective treatment of chronic non-malignant pain. However, the evidence is still missing on the optimal multimodal treatment combination as well as the additional effect of specific treatment modalities. A lifestyle-focused intervention is considered to be a relevant supplement to the m...

Self-Management for Persistent Subacromial Pain

Physiotherapy-led exercises is the first line treatment for patients with subacromial pain. However, current evidence report that most treatment programmes only show a short-term benefit. There seem to be a potential for enhancing the effectiveness of exercise interventions by improving adherence to self-managed exercises, but there is lack of knowledge about adherence to exercise programmes in shoulder pain. Before conducting a planned randomised controlled trial on the clinic...

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Chronic Pain Self-Management Within the Context of Opioid Reduction

The proposed study will fill several critical gaps in evidence that are preventing patients and physicians from making informed decisions about their pain care. This project will provide patients taking opioids and physicians with the specific evidence they need to choose the most effective route to pain control, reduced pain interference, opioid reduction, and improved role function, thereby improving patient care. The aims of this study are to (1) reduce or contain prescript...

Effects of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation on Pain Thresholds in Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain

Chronic low back pain (CLBP) is a common reason for which patients are treated with opioids. Because the misuse of prescription opioids has become a serious problem in the Uinted States, finding effective alternative non-pharmaceutical interventions for chronic pain management has become an urgent matter. A phenomenon termed central sensitization (i.e. mal-adaption of the brain) has been hypothesized to be an underlying mechanism for the development of chronic pain, leading to ...

Cannabis Oil for Chronic Non-Cancer Pain Treatment

Cannabis is being prescribed medically for chronic non-cancer pain despite limited evidence whether or not it works to reduce average pain in patients with chronic non-cancer pain. The cannabis plant (Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica) consists of several hundred compounds of which, approximately 70 of which are thought to be active. The two active cannabinoids of interest in this trial are tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9-THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). The goal of this trial is to determ...

Multifaceted Online Interventions to Increase Clinicians Searching of Current Best Evidence to Answer Clinical Questions

Translation of new knowledge from research into evidence-informed health care is a shared obligation of the clinical and the scientific communities. Unfortunately, studies of quality of care continue to show that this goal is substantially unrealized. One main barrier is lack of quick and easy identification, appraisal and synthesis of current best evidence. Clinicians' information have 5 to 8 questions about individual patients per daily shift, but face a large volume of 3000 ...

Self-management Program in Chronic Pelvic Pain

Chronic pelvic pain is a serious health condition with an estimated prevalence of 15% women worldwide.Treatment is a challenge given the different pain generators described. It is important to develop self-management interventions to reduce the frustration associated with its management.

Assessment and Treatment for Chronic Pain in Veterans With Serious Mental Illness

Chronic pain has a highly negative impact on Veterans, especially those with serious mental illness (SMI). Chronic pain leads to poorer mental health and physical functioning, and represents a critical obstacle to rehabilitation and recovery. Despite known high prevalence rates of chronic pain in SMI populations, there is little research to: a) evaluate nonpharmacological pain management strategies in this population, and b) examine directional relations between chronic pain an...


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