Current Clinical Trials at Cedars – Sinai – Virtual Medicine.org

https://virtualmedicine.org/research/current Our Current Trials Virtual Reality for GI Cancer Pain Reduction Study We are studying how pain affects quality of life. We will be working to determine if digital, virtual reality (VR) technologies can help improve daily function and reduce pain in people with GI cancers.Read More Am I Eligible? VR for Chronic Lower Back PainContinue reading “Current Clinical Trials at Cedars – Sinai – Virtual Medicine.org”

NIH-funded Study Suggests Brain is Hard-wired for Chronic Pain – National Institutes of Health

NIH-funded study suggests brain is hard-wired for chronic pain https://www.nih.gov/news-events/news-releases/nih-funded-study-suggests-brain-hard-wired-chronic-pain Brain’s white matter may determine susceptibility to chronic pain.Scientists used the structure of the brain’s white matter (green lines) to predict whether a subject would recover from low back pain. Red dots represent differences in white matter structure between subjects who recovered and who sufferedContinue reading “NIH-funded Study Suggests Brain is Hard-wired for Chronic Pain – National Institutes of Health”

An Introduction to the PICOT format – Journal of Canadian Chiropractic Association

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3430448/ What is your research question? An introduction to the PICOT format for clinicians John J. Riva, BA, DC,†Keshena M.P. Malik, BSc, DC,¶Stephen J. Burnie, BSc, DC, MSc,‡Andrea R. Endicott, LLB, MPPAL,£ and Jason W. Busse, DC, PhD§*Author informationCopyright and License informationDisclaimerThis article has been cited by other articles in PMC.Go to: Introduction Clinicians often witness impressive treatment resultsContinue reading “An Introduction to the PICOT format – Journal of Canadian Chiropractic Association”