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Research update: melatonin in chronic pain syndromes

Recent studies have demonstrated a potential role for melatonin as a therapeutic agent in chronic pain syndromes. Dr Karen H Simpson, pain specialist and joint editor, reviews the potential mechanisms

Emerging acute and preventive treatments for migraine

Developments in the field of migraine management are ongoing, explains Professor Fabio Antonaci

Research update: Acceptance commitment therapy (ACT), high-frequency spinal cord stimulation (HFSCS) and postsurgical abdominal and pelvic pain

Recent papers on high-frequency spinal cord stimulation, acceptance therapy in chronic pain management and risk factors for postsurgical abdominal and pelvic pain are reviewed by pain specialist and joint editor Dr Karen H Simpson

Interventional pain management procedures for chronic pain conditions

Interventional pain management, also known as interventional pain medicine, is a growing discipline that uses as range of invasive techniques in the diagnosis and treatment of chronic pain conditions. Degenerative spinal conditions are often a target, but interventional procedures may have a role in a range of other painful disorders such as craniofacial pain and cancer pain, as outlined by Dr Carmen Pichot and Professor Ricardo Ruiz-López

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