Treatments for chronic pain associated with spinal cord injuries: many are tried, few are helpful.

@article{Warms2002TreatmentsFC,
  title={Treatments for chronic pain associated with spinal cord injuries: many are tried, few are helpful.},
  author={Catherine A Warms and Judith Turner and Helen M. Marshall and Diana D. Cardenas},
  journal={The Clinical journal of pain},
  year={2002},
  volume={18 3},
  pages={154-63}
}
OBJECTIVE The objective was to investigate, in two community samples of people with spinal cord injuries, the frequency of use of different pain treatments and the perceived helpfulness of these treatments. DESIGN AND SETTING A postal survey was conducted in the community. PARTICIPANTS The participants were 471 persons aged 18 years or older who had spinal cord injuries and pain. There were 2 separate samples (n = 308 and n = 163). OUTCOME MEASURES The pain treatments used, the… CONTINUE READING