Study identifies easy exercises to help pediatric providers assess functioning in children with pain and evaluate progress after intervention.
Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation’s Pediatric Pain Program receives CARF reaccreditation. Gerard Banez, PhD, discusses the program’s results, which show consistent and enduring improvement in pain symptoms and function.
Coordination deficit may compound physical, psychological and social dysfunction in adolescents with chronic pain, and can continue into adulthood. In this article, pediatric physical therapists discuss the role of pediatricians and how they approach therapy for these patients.
When children suffer from chronic pain, a multidisciplinary pain management program can help them learn to cope.
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Intensive interdisciplinary pain management programs — occurring over several weeks in a hospital, day hospital or outpatient setting — are helping children with chronic pain improve their daily functioning.
The American Pain Society named Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatric Pain Rehabilitation Program a 2015 Clinical Center of Excellence in Pain Management. The program’s unique approach earns notable outcomes.
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.