Study identifies easy exercises to help pediatric providers assess functioning in children with pain and evaluate progress after intervention.
Complex regional pain syndrome and functional neurologic disorder can present with clinical similarities, but differentiating between the diagnoses is critical to optimize outcomes.
A recent study that documented high healthcare costs for children with chronic medical conditions and co-occurring mental health or substance abuse disorders reinforces the importance of an integrated care approach for these patients, Cleveland Clinic Children’s pediatric specialists say.
How biofeedback helps the 10 percent of children who suffer migraines. Ethan Benore, PhD, explains.
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When chronic daily headache with migraine leads to functional disability in children, rehabilitation may be in order. We share results of an intensive, interdisciplinary rehab program in a series of 111 children.