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Category Archives: Regina Pain News
Previously, Dennis Turk has contended that only 1/2 of chronic pain sufferers will tolerate of find opioids effective. See: http://painmuse.org/ref/turk.pdf Now a Norwegian study suggests even in “planned” opioid users, only 23% will be taking opioids 3 years later. Meanwhile, doctors in Orthopaedic Medicine, … Continue reading
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Recently, there was a workshop on muscle energy techniques. I know the name sounds corny but it is a gentle postitional push- release-stretch technique that has become one of the principle manual spinal techniques now taught to physiotherapists and besides … Continue reading
The Common Drug Review is part of the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health. It is a national program that determines what drugs are worth putting on formularies in the province. They decided that Lyrica should not be … Continue reading
At the Canadian Pain Society Meeting in Victoria, it was announced that (National) Action of People with chronic pain has a new chapter in Regina. Terry Bremner, President of Action Atlantic, negotiated transition of the Fibromyalgia support group in Regina … Continue reading
Late August 2006, representative of Pfizer, Dr. Paul Harris and Dr. Mike Montbriand met to discuss putting together a group interested in chronic pain. Input would be appreciated.