Tag: pain specialist

Exercise and Acetaminophen: Tools for Your Patients’ Pain Treatment Toolbox

Despite all our good intentions to alleviate our patients’ chronic pain symptoms and improve their quality of life, there are many challenges in the way. We have limited time to interact with each individual, and frequently, insurance does not cover the ideal multidisciplinary approach. Adding to these obstacles is the significant increase in prescriptions medications… Read more »

A Recap of PAINWeek 2015

An interview with Kevin L. Zacharoff, MD, a licensed, board-certified anesthesiologist, about the PAINWeek 2015 conference.

A Recap of PAINWeek 2014

An interview with Kevin L. Zacharoff, MD and licensed, board-certified anesthesiologist about the PAINWeek 2014 conference.

The Logic of Pain Management

The arbitration of pain, one of the human body’s natural defense mechanisms, and alleviation of patient suffering present an interesting clinical challenge for the clinician. There are few medical conditions where the input of the patient is as crucial to the desired outcome of therapy as that of the clinician. Indeed, most common ailments appropriately… Read more »

Rural Pain Care Challenges

An interview with Michael Schatman, PhD, CPE, Executive Director of the Foundation for Ethics in Pain Care about the challenges of pain care in rural areas.