PAIN+ CPN

There are 14 Evidence Summaries available


# Declarative Title Published
1 In people with cancer, music therapy reduces anxiety, depression, pain, and fatigue
2017/08/15
2 In people with chronic low back pain, selective nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs reduce pain
2017/08/14
3 Yoga reduces pain and disability at up to 1 year in people with low back pain
2017/08/14
4 In people with cancer, strong opioid painkillers do not differ from each other for pain relief or side effects
2017/08/14
5 NSAIDS, except naproxen, increase major coronary events; all NSAIDs increase heart failure and upper gastrointestinal complications
2017/08/14
6 Epidural corticosteroid injections have a small, short-term benefit for leg pain and disability in people with sciatica
2017/08/14
7 Several drugs reduce pain related to diabetic neuropathy in the short-term
2017/08/14
8 Drug treatments can help people with pain from damaged nerves (neuropathic pain)
2017/07/28
9 In people who have chest pain without a known cause, cognitive–behavioural therapy reduces pain in the short-term
2017/07/28
10 Corticosteroid injections do not reduce pain from rotator cuff tendinosis at 3 months
2017/07/28
11 Acupuncture improves functioning and provides short-term relief of knee pain due to osteoarthritis
2017/07/28
12 Exercise programs that focus on coordination/stabilization or strength/resistance can improve chronic low back pain
2017/07/28
13 In people with radicular low back pain or spinal stenosis, epidural corticosteroid injections do not improve pain or function
2017/07/28
14 In people with chronic pain, there is no evidence on the effect of long-term opioids on pain, function, or quality of life
2017/07/28