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How can you help patients break through the vicious cycle of pain-disturbed sleep? Mersyndol acts fast to provide symptomatic relief of acute moderate to severe pain through the combined analgesic …

Collaboration and communication with patients is key to helping legitimate pain patients, with real-time monitoring useful for catching misusers of codeine only   Most people who become dependent on over-the-counter …

An estimated 3.7 million Australians had chronic back problems in 2014–15, according to a report released today by the Australian Institute for Health and Welfare. The report, Impacts of chronic …

The Pharmacy Guild of Australia and Painaustralia have partnered to produce a fact sheet that advises on self-management of chronic pain A key message of the fact sheet is that medicines alone …

Medication is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to chronic pain, writes Karalyn Huxhagen What do you think of when you hear the word “chronic”? Long-lasting? Persistent? …

Besides the common cold, back pain is the most widespread health complaint experienced by Australian adults in an average 12 months, new findings from Roy Morgan Research reveal. As of …

The majority of Australians will struggle with back pain in their lifetime, but research commencing at the University of Canberra may offer a new solution through Pilates exercise. Master of …

Back pain is still the most common pain affecting Australians, a new study has found, affecting nearly 70% of people surveyed. The 2015 Living with Pain Snapshot Survey, conducted by …