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September-December 2016 | Vol 30 | Issue 3

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Editorial
Adopting technology in pain education
In the day-to-day clinical practice, the incidence of pain of some origin is next only to the common cold. So, no wonder, pain specialty is growing by leaps and bounds with each passing decade. The re...
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Editorial
Ethical aspects in pain and its management!
Introduction "The greatest evil is Physical Pain" -St. Aurelius Augustinus Augustine, Soliloquies', 1,21 Pain as a presenting complaint accounts for up to 70% of emergency departmen...
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Review Article
Kinesiology taping as an adjunct for pain management: A review of literature and evidence
Current evidence-based practice guidelines for the management of nonacute persistent and recurring musculoskeletal-related pain have emphasized the use of holistic multidisciplinary approaches includi...
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Original Article
Ultrasound-guided fluoroscopic-verified lumbar transforaminal epidural injection: A clinical evaluation of technique
Background: Fluoroscope guidance method is the gold standard for performing lumbar transforaminal epidural steroid injections (TFESIs), but it is not devoid of adverse effects such as exposure ...
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Original Article
Analgesic efficacy of ultrasound identified trigger point injection in myofascial pain syndrome: A pilot study in Indian patients
Background: Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is described as sensory symptoms, sometimes with motor and autonomic symptoms caused by myofascial trigger points (TPs). Injection at TPs is most like...
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  Indian Journal of Pain

Indian Journal of Pain, a publication of Indian Society for Study of Pain, is a peer-reviewed online journal with 3 Issues print on demand compilation of issues published.
 

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