Pain Treatment


Current treatment of chronic pain is largely based on the severity of pain. The World Health Organization (WHO) three-step pain ladder, for example, advocates the initial use of non-opioids, followed by weak opioids and strong opioids based on the severity of pain increases. However, since most chronic pain conditions are multifactorial in nature (e.g. nociceptive and neuropathic components present) effective pain management needs to take into account the underlying mechanisms in order to choose the most targeted treatment.
 

Pain Treatment


Learn more about:

  Non-pharmacological treatment

  Non-opioids

  Opioids

  Co-Analgesics

  Topical Analgesics

 


New Concepts in Pain


Learn more about new concepts meeting the complexity of pain.


New concepts

 


eCME Courses

 

CHANGE PAIN provides you with eCME courses – accredited by Union Européenne des Médecins Spécialistes (UEMS). 8 Modules, each accredited for 1 hour of participation.


 eCME Courses on the topic of pain

 


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