Neuropathic pain: recognition and diagnosis
The complex pathophysiology of neuropathic pain may lead GPs to overestimate the difficulty of its diagnosis.
Neuropathic pain: a guide to clinical management
There is growing agreement between evidence-informed treatment recommendations for management.
Regional pain syndrome: a disorder of pain sensitisation
GEOFFREY O. LITTLEJOHN
Patient outcomes are greatly improved with early recognition and treatment of this musculoskeletal disorder.
Pain in older people: often unrecognised and undertreated
Pain is not a normal part of ageing and can be managed effectively.
Pain management in inflammatory arthritis
Inflammatory arthritis can cause chronic pain: a multimodal approach is required to treat patients with this condition.
Managing chronic pelvic pain in girls and women
Pelvic pain is a hidden epidemic. This article outlines a management approach for women with chronic pelvic pain, leading to improved outcomes for these patients.
Common psychiatric issues in chronic pain
Recognition and treatment of co-occurring psychiatric issues in patients with chronic pain may improve outcomes.