While writing about bogus citations lately, I got a fine example of one in my inbox. I take constructive criticism seriously, but sometimes it’s difficult to tell which criticisms are actually worth paying attention to. In this case, the absence of citations in the initial email was probably enough of a clue that I didn’t […]
A physician’s baseline opioid prescribing rate was a strong predictor of a patient’s future opioid use.
Increased Opioid Prescribing Linked to Chronic Usage in Patients With RA
Orginally Published At: Musculoskeletal Pain
The use of short-segment stimulation along the ulnar sensory nerves and across the elbow may provide reliable diagnostic confirmation of ulnar neuropathies.
Short Segment Sensory Nerve Stimulation Offers Potential Diagnostic Value for Ulnar Neuropathy
Orginally Published At: Neuropathic Pain
Plantar heel pain is a foot condition commonly treated by healthcare providers16. Subjects with this condition report insidious sharp pain under the plantar surface of the heel, usually spreading from the medial border of the plantar fascia to its insertion at the medial tuberosity of the calcaneus1. The pain increases in the morning with the […]