30-Second Blog “Snapshot:”
- Individuals with chronic pain may be met with apprehension from certain physicians because the condition is difficult to diagnose and is often self-reported.
- According to researchers from the University of Colorado, brain imaging may help physicians and pain management specialists validate treatment for chronic pain.
- The team at Southwest Spine and Pain Center shares this new method for mapping out pain in the brain.
Diagnosing Chronic Pain
We’ve said it time and time again, but we’ll reiterate: chronic pain is a complex condition that can be difficult to...Read More