Advances in technology can help therapists improve pain management outcomes with these sometimes overlooked tools.
Hollywog recently announced the launch of a new, wireless remote controlled device engineered to address back pain.
The American Chemical Society (ACS) recently announced in a news release that researchers are developing a gel that when compressed, or applied to a painful knee joint, releases anti-inflammatory medicine.
Carex Health Brands has reported that it recently acquired the ThermiPaq Hot & Cold Therapy brand, in addition to other associated assets from the Thermionics Corporation.
The Manage My Pain application for Android, engineered to allow users to better understand and track pain, now offers advanced reports designed to close the communication gap between patients and doctors, enhancing treatment of chronic pain.
DJO Global Inc recently reported its launch of an electrical stimulator called the Empi Phoenix, engineered to ease treatment of muscle atrophy prior to and after total knee replacement (TKR) or ACL repair.
A potential link may exist between poor sleep and pain in patients with osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee.
According to a recent news release, Walton Pain Center is one of the first in Augusta, Ga, to incorporate musculoskeletal ultrasound into its care of pain patients.