University of Florida researchers have found that with the correct dosage, electrical stimulation treatment can help ease back pain in older adults. Neurobiological changes that happen with aging make it more difficult for older people to inhibit pain and experience relief. Electrical stimulation therapy could offer older adults with chronic pain an effective alternative to
From NeurologyAdvisor.com: Ralph E. Gay, M.D., M.S., Mayo Clinic Associate Professor of PM&R, discusses clinical practice guidelines for low back pain. What are they for and do they work? After analyzing a wide array of data, Dr. Gay offers us a better understanding of the goals and limitations of clinical practice guidelines as well as the
Forest Tennant MD, DrPH presented this poster at the American Academy of Pain Management’s 26th Annual Meeting: No Life Limited By Pain 2015. See the other poster winner. Presenter: Forest Tennant MD, DrPH Author: Forest Tennant MD, DrPH c. Background: Low back pain is the most common problem that brings a patient to pain treatment.