We looked back to find out what you found most interesting this past year. Here are links and a quick recap.
A large percentage of patients with advanced knee, hip, or spine OA take opioids for their chronic pain.
The frequency is significantly higher than in patients with chronic tension-type headaches and the symptoms are more severe.
National initiatives are designed to provide education, advance research, solve the opioid crisis, and help patients.
The ACR/ARHP Annual Meeting provided a research update on surrounding issues and strategies for helping patients.
Many nontraumatic low intensity complaints in the general population do not reach the threshold for consultation.
Low proximal tibial trabecular bone mineral density may play a role in its development.
This pharmaceutical-grade formulation should be considered a first-line treatment, European study authors concluded.
New findings support further exploration of mechanism-based management of pain as a disease unto itself.
Pain catastrophizing may play an important role in total knee arthroplasty decision making.