Most Recent Articles by Christina T. Loguidice
Assessments showed a 66% reduction in pain during the session and a 33% reduction in pain at the end of the session.
The interdisciplinary rehabilitation program included medical, psychological, nursing, and physical therapy components.
Spinal cord stimulation using precision approach via 3D neural targeting shows superior efficacy in treating chronic axial low back pain compared with a trial-and-error method to achieve desired paresthesia.
Neuropsychiatric lupus is difficult to diagnose and its risk factors remain unclear. A recently published meta-analysis has found several autoantibodies that might facilitate diagnosis and identification of at-risk patients.
Are current nerve stimulation thresholds unreliable for diabetic neuropathy patients during regional anesthesia?
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