Pregalbin, an antiepileptic drug, produced around a 32% pain reduction (a significant reduction) at week 16 versus around 20% for placebo, in patients with neuropathic pain due to spinal cord… [ Get More Details ]
Researchers have discovered that some types of glial cells have a major impact on persistent neuropathic pain and that targeting these cells may result in a new class of disease… [ Get More Details ]
Exercise has shown to be effective in reducing persistent pain from osteoarthritis of the knee.
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Brain imaging is showing that pain changes the structure and function of brain regions that perceive pain, making it persistent. These brain networks and receptor targets are being identified… [ Get More Details ]
Antiepileptic drugs relieve persistent neuropathic pain. One meta-analysis found gabapentin to be associated with moderate benefit (equivalent to 30% pain relief) in close to 1 in 2 patients, and… [ Get More Details ]