Dr. Robert Sapolsky, from his classic book, Why Zebras Don’t Get Ulcers: “Science is not meant to cure us of mystery, but to reinvent & reinvigorate it.” I really enjoy that thought, and yet I don’t actually entirely agree with it. There is so much mystery that science cannot and will never “cure” us of […]
PainScience.com has a lot of what Google calls “YMYL” pages: “your money, your life” pages that “could potentially impact the future happiness, health, or financial stability of users.” It’s a responsibility I take seriously (hell, it’s downright oppressive at times). It’s interesting and good that Google takes it seriously too. This information comes from their […]
Resilience may mediate the relationships between positive affect and pain interference and depression in patients with multiple sclerosis.
Positive Affect, Resilience, and Pain in MS With Chronic Pain
Orginally Published At: Neuropathic Pain
Postoperative pain following bone reconstruction is one of the most frequent undesirable complications, especially in bone iliac crest graft procedures 15,24,28,36,42,54. This pain significantly disrupts patient recovery by reducing their mobility, delaying their functional recovery, increasing their hospital stay and decreasing their quality of life and autonomy 37,53. Furthermore, recent data suggest that chronic pain […]