NZ Pain Management Research Review Issue 7

In this issue:
Clinicians’ attitudes influence their recommendations for low back pain
Pain is taken less seriously when you dislike a patient
Nonclinical factors influence decision-making for low back pain
Capsaicin 8% patch for peripheral neuropathic pain
Pain education helps oncology patients
TMS reduces fibromyalgia pain
Higher prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders among spine surgeons
Resveratrol shows potential for nucleus pulposus-mediated pain
No evidence to support ultrasound or shock wave treatment of low back pain
Ketamine provides preventive analgesia in renal surgery

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