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More Contacts, More Relief Says New Spinal Cord Stimulation Research

April 2014

A new device for spinal cord stimulation (SCS) offer spatients increased pain relief by adding more electrical contacts in the epidural space. In addition to reduced pain, patients also showed improved walking tolerance and decreased disability.
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  • More Contacts, More Relief Says New Spinal Cord Stimulation ...

    April 2014

    A new device for spinal cord stimulation (SCS) offer spatients increased pain relief by adding more electrical contacts in the epidural space. In addition to reduced pain, patients also showed improved walking tolerance and decreased disability.
    read more

  • Study Examines Acetaminophen Use in Pregnancy, Child ...

    April 2014

    Over half of women in a recent study of acetaminophen Children of mothers who took use took the painkiller acetaminophen  during pregnancy , while their children had significantly higher rates for of attention-deficit hyperacticity hyperactivity disorder issues, including hyperkinetic ...
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  • APS To Co-Sponsor Primary Care Pain Conference

    April 2014

       To help primary care physicians treat chronic pain more safely and effectively, the American Pain Society (APS) will host a three-day educational conference, “Pain Care for Primary Care,” in collaboration with the Journal of Family Practice. The conference will ...
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