Understanding Chronic Pain. New Zealand Journal Of Nursing
Casey, G. (2014). Understanding Chronic Pain. New Zealand Journal Of Nursing, 20-24.
This journal seeks to article seeks to Differentiate between acute and chronic pain, outline the consequences of chronic pain, discuss the therapeutic interventions, and to describe the role of analgesic medications in managing the symptoms of chronic pain. The scope of this article was a meta-analysis of current research in chronic pain pathophysiology and treatment.
The research content of this article centered around current literature and trials on chronic pain treatment. I defined chronic pain as pain lasting more than six months or past expected recovery times. (Casey, 2014).
Value of Work
The value of this work is in the assimilation of the different modalities available for the management of chronic pain. This article expands upon the different integrated strategies in use by major medical centers at this time. This study finds that an integrated multimodal approach in pain treatment is far superior to a single pharmacological approach.
Any possible shortcomings in this work would stem from its lack of a defining pathway for the treatment of patients. It references many different modes of therapy, and can be confusing to the reader at times.
In conclusion, this was a useful tool in the understanding of chronic pain pathways, yet the article fell short in its lack of a defining pathway for patient treatment.
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the research that investigated is ” “In a patient with Peripheral neuropathy , will physical therapy/ exercise improved the Peripheral neuropathy symptoms such as – weaknesses, muscles fatigue , numbness, tingling, etc., better results on tests and, hopefully, improve muscles function (reduced weaknesses) and overall health condition.
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