Filter By:

Sort By:

Reset Filters

Chronic Pain Essays (Examples)

595 results for “Chronic Pain”.


image
3 Pages
Essay

Psychology

Chronic Pain and Its Sequalea the Definition

Words: 870
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Essay

Chronic Pain and Its Sequalea The definition of chronic pain varies from pain that has lingered 6 months after onset of sensation to 12 months after onset of sensation.…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
15 Pages

Health

chronic pain

Words: 5085
Length: 15 Pages
Type:

diagnoses, pain is a common complaint among inpatients. In the U.S. alone, approximately 100 million patients experience chronic pain (Alaloul et al., 2015). Pain negatively affects numerous aspects of…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Case Study

Health

Chronic pain management Immune System and Chronic Pain

Words: 828
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Case Study

Immune System and Chronic PainChronic pain managementDifferences between acute and chronic painAcute pain develops suddenly and is caused by something specific and only lasts for a short duration, usually…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
5 Pages
Term Paper

Psychology

Breaking the Cycle of Chronic Pain and Depression

Words: 1778
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Term Paper

chronic pain and resulting depression. Specifically, it will show the connection between chronic pain and depression, how it affects the person and the ones around them, what treatments are…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
6 Pages
Essay

Health

CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain

Words: 1863
Length: 6 Pages
Type: Essay

Introduction From the year 1999 to 2014, the number of prescription opioids in the USA quadrupled. However, even with such an increase, there was no evidence of a reduction…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Article Review

Sports

Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain Necessitates the Maintenance of

Words: 976
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Article Review

Chronic musculoskeletal pain necessitates the maintenance of good extensibility in order for normal functioning to be enhanced. This enhancement results in improvements in strength, endurance, fitness, and psychological well-being…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
7 Pages
Term Paper

Disease

Chronic Fatigue Is Normal Aspect

Words: 2091
Length: 7 Pages
Type: Term Paper

However, he questions the research that has been done in this area. First, he wonders whether the exercise is a placebo effect based on the anticipation of improvement. The…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
4 Pages
Research Paper

Nursing

Chronic Sorrow

Words: 1631
Length: 4 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Chronic sorrow is a continuous, pervasive sadness and also permanent and intermittently intense. An individual often encounters loss experience because of their disability, relative or chronic illness (Isaksson, 2007,…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
8 Pages
Research Paper

Children

Online Pediatric Pain Assessment Pain

Words: 2462
Length: 8 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Combining these two methods is one effective strategy in mitigating pain in children (Cohen). Additional strategies that involve both the patient and family are evident, particularly when dealing with…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Term Paper

Psychology

Reducing Perceived Pain

Words: 699
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Term Paper

reduce the amount of pain perceived. Many people have the ability to reduce perceived pain through psychological thought and understanding. Not all people can handle their pain in this…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
10 Pages
Research Paper

Psychology

Characteristics of Pain

Words: 3205
Length: 10 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Perception of Pain Uses of Pain in nursing Definitions of Pain from Dictionaries Uses of Pain in psychology Defining attributes Model case elated Case Contrary Case Antecedents and Consequences…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Thesis

Health - Nursing

Learning Pain Assessment and Management

Words: 633
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Thesis

43). The pain assessment guidelines set forth in this article will have an immediate effect on my first encounter with a patient, particularly if that patient is a chronic…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
6 Pages
Term Paper

Health - Nursing

Subspecialty Postgrad Pain as Most

Words: 1837
Length: 6 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Conclusion: The changes in the age demographic of the U.S. As well as the need to reduce overall spending in health care are significant reasons why advanced practice and…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
13 Pages
Term Paper

Anatomy

Rsd Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy AKA CRPS or Complex Regional Pain Syndrome CRPS

Words: 4914
Length: 13 Pages
Type: Term Paper

History of RSD The history and the discovery of RSD (Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy) Syndrome and its symptoms have typically been associated with wars. While there is no doubt that…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
4 Pages
Research Paper

Health - General Health Issues

Complementary and Alternative Pain Management Methods

Words: 1134
Length: 4 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Alternatives to Pain Medication Given the growing concerns over opioid addictions in recent years and the potential for tolerance, clinicians continue to search for efficacious alternatives to convention pain…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Case Study

Nursing

Treating a Patient with Hip Pain

Words: 918
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Case Study

HIP PAIN A Caucasian Man with Hip Pain Decision Point One The patient presents physical, social, and psychological complications. He is experiencing pain in his hip but is considered…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Research Proposal

Medicine

Tapentadol IR for Acute Pain

Words: 536
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Research Proposal

Therefore, the research offers reliable data supporting the emerging medication. The sample included 878 patients with low back pain or pain from osteoarthritis of the knee or hip. Patients…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Article Critique

Psychology

Benefit of Mindfulness on Pain Attenuation

Words: 1203
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Article Critique

Mindfulness Meditation Training on Experimentally Induced Pain" by Zeidan et al., (2010), published in the Journal of Pain, presents the results of research to investigate The research addresses a…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Research Paper

Health - Nursing

Small Nerve Pain Fibers in Pain Assessment

Words: 580
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Research Paper

feasible to measure pain because it is located in the thalamus. Is pain able to be measured objectively? Just as a blood pressure of 220/110 will give us some…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Essay

Health

How people Cope up with Mental Pain

Words: 721
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Essay

Pain and Suffering Pain is an abstract and complex topic, which is influenced by a serious of psychological and environmental variables. We all have experienced pain although at varying…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Reaction Paper

Sports - Women

Memory Pain and Trauma

Words: 600
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Reaction Paper

Reavey, P. (010). Spatial markings: Memory, agency and child sexual abuse. Memory Studies. According to Reavey (010), a critical component of recovery from childhood sexual abuse is reasserting the…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
4 Pages
Research Paper

Psychology

Pilot Study of Relationships Among Pain Characteristics

Words: 1552
Length: 4 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Pilot Study of elationships Among Pain Characteristics Mood Disturbances, and Acculturation in a Community Sample of Chinese-American Patients With Cancer Edrington, J., Sun, A., Wong, C., Dodd, M., Padilla,…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
7 Pages
Term Paper

Careers

Pain and Spinal Disorder at

Words: 3131
Length: 7 Pages
Type: Term Paper

The problems at the work place were detected over a long period of time and are a part of the history of development. The development of technology was very…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Essay

Health - Nursing

Chronic Venous Insufficiency and Deep Venous Thrombosis

Words: 871
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Essay

Disorders of the Veins and Arteries Vein and artery disorders such as chronic venous insufficiency (CVI) and deep venous thrombosis (DVT) and frequently encountered by advanced practice nurses, making…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
5 Pages
Essay

Disease

Curing Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia

Words: 1661
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Essay

Chonic Myelogenous Leukemia (CML): Teatment Options Patients suffeing fom chonic myelogenous leukemia (CML) expeience ecuent infections, anemia, and thombocytopenia, signs and symptoms often manageable without pofessional help. Accodingly, patients…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Essay

Health

Homeopathy for Acute vs Chronic Conditions

Words: 670
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Essay

Homeopathy for acute conditions is mainly focused on the symptoms being presented at that particular time. For chronic conditions homeopathy focuses on a larger set of symptoms and the…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Term Paper

Health - Nursing

Scleroderma a Chronic Systemic Disease

Words: 608
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Term Paper

For example, in these procedures it is often difficult to open the patient's mouth wide enough for laryngoscopy and intubation, thus creating the possibility that cardiopulmonary changes may be…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
5 Pages
Research Paper

Anatomy

Physiological Effects of Chronic Stress

Words: 1831
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Continuous production of cortisol may also decrease the availability of tryptophan, the precursor for serotonin, resulting in depression, other mood disorders, and changes in appetite and sleep. Hyperactivity of…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Term Paper

Disease

Educational Brochure or Handout on Chronic Venous Insufficiency

Words: 618
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Pathophysiology What's Gone Wrong? CVI is generally an indication of blood stasis or venous reflux, most commonly valvular incompetence in the low-pressure superficial venous system. The inability of blood…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
9 Pages
Essay

Health - Nursing

Treating Scleroderma as Chronic Condition

Words: 2702
Length: 9 Pages
Type: Essay

Scleroderma Patient Scleroderma The author of this report has been presented with a hypothetical situation where a forty-four-year-old patient has contracted scleroderma within her lung tissue. There are many…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Literature Review

Medicine

Imagery Literature Review Guided Imagery

Words: 1189
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Literature Review

Participants filled out a Short-Form McGill Questionnaire, an Arthritis Self-Efficacy Scale, and Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire in order to measure their levels of pain over the past few weeks. What…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
8 Pages
Article Review

Medicine

Macpherson Thorpe and Thomas 2006 Reported an

Words: 2481
Length: 8 Pages
Type: Article Review

MacPherson, Thorpe, and Thomas (2006) reported an interesting qualitative study on the use of acupuncture in the treatment of low back pain. They report the results of a qualitative…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Essay

Psychology

Efficacy of Unexpected Interventions

Words: 918
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Essay

Psychological Interventions Chronic Pain Medical science is increasingly aligning with a biopsychosocial treatment perspective that understands pain and symptoms as coming from multifaceted experience characterized by the complexity that…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
6 Pages

Disease

Unique Preventable Disease

Words: 2104
Length: 6 Pages
Type:

FIBOMYALGIA OUTLINE and PAMPHLET Introduction to Fibromyalgia Symptoms of Fibromyalgia Effects of the symptoms on the body. isk factors and preventive steps. (1) Demographics. Diagnosis and Treatment for fibromyalgia.…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
5 Pages
Essay

Nursing

Nursing Mindfulness and its impact

Words: 1585
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Essay

PICOT Question and its Significance The PICOT question is: Does mindfulness meditation (I) reduce long-term risk factors and suicidal behaviors (O) among psychiatric patients (P) versus those who do…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Research Proposal

Health - Nursing

Apparently Nurses on the Whole Are Under-Educated

Words: 662
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Research Proposal

Apparently nurses, on the whole, are under-educated regarding the severity, etiology, ramifications, and other sequalea of chronic pain. A study conducted by Ferrel, McCaffery, and hiner (1991) discovered that…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Annotated Bibliography

Disease

Cukrowicz Kelly C Otamendi Ainhoa

Words: 982
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Annotated Bibliography

Researchers used standard sleep questionnaires to assess sleep problems and characteristics in ADHD (n = 122) and non-ADHD (n = 105) comparison youths. They concluded that ADHD may be…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Essay

Sports - Drugs

Medical and Ethical Dilemmas Even if the

Words: 769
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Essay

medical and ethical dilemmas, even if the activities were deemed technically legal or not questioned at the time. The fact that the studies sought to gain information from human…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
6 Pages
Research Paper

Disease

CKD Interventions

Words: 1973
Length: 6 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Additionally, there may be patients that will be found to have the early symptoms of CKD, and those test results will be passed on to the individual patient. All…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Essay

Sports - Drugs

For the Legalization of Marijuana

Words: 1130
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Essay

Legalization of marijuana has been a controversial topic in the media as of lately. Completely legalizing marijuana would mean allowing just about anyone to have access to it --…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
5 Pages
Research Paper

Disease

Fibromyalgia the Objective of This Study Is

Words: 1328
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Fibromyalgia The objective of this study is to examine the condition of Fibromyalgia. Toward this end, this study will conduct a review of current literature in this area of…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
2 Pages
Research Paper

Sports - Drugs

Sixteen American States Currently Allow Doctors to

Words: 679
Length: 2 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Sixteen American states currently allow doctors to prescribe an herbal remedy to their patients: cannabis. Herbal remedies are not typically viewed with suspicion, but cannabis has been illegal in…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
7 Pages
Research Proposal

Family and Marriage

Gender Differences in the Perception

Words: 2001
Length: 7 Pages
Type: Research Proposal

The quantitative approach, meanwhile, will make use of the survey method, focusing on three (3) segments each for males and females (criteria mentioned earlier in the preceding section). Diary…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
3 Pages
Term Paper

Mythology - Religion

Spiritual Experiences According to Ariel

Words: 923
Length: 3 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Today, self-inflicted pain is generally interpreted as a form of psychopathology, but within the mystical context, "pain unmakes the profane world with its corporeal attachments and leads the mystics…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
30 Pages
Term Paper

Criminal Justice

Women at Five State Prison

Words: 10602
Length: 30 Pages
Type: Term Paper

5%, compared to 4.8% for males). (Chesney-Lind, 1998, p. 66) The author also re-confirms the fact that data regarding of female inmate's indicate that as cited the passage of…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
5 Pages
Dissertation or Thesis complete

Medicine

Critical Incident Stress Management CISM

Words: 1464
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Dissertation or Thesis complete

Cave Paintings Complementary and Alternative Medicine and CISM in Diverse Populations Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) as often referred to as integrated medicine. This term refers to therapies used…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
8 Pages
Term Paper

Healthcare

Use of Naturopathic Practice Interventions and Therapy

Words: 2761
Length: 8 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Complementary and Alternative Medicines (CAM) Systems Complementary and alternative medicine systems are health care approaches that are characterized by a history of use or origins that are external to…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
20 Pages
Term Paper

Disease

Fibromyalgia One Might Consider Fibromyalgia to Be

Words: 6457
Length: 20 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Fibromyalgia One might consider fibromyalgia to be one of the most confounding conditions around today. It is debilitating. It results in several quality of life issues. The confounding aspect…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
47 Pages
Research Proposal

Family and Marriage

People Help Themselves An Interdisciplinary

Words: 12988
Length: 47 Pages
Type: Research Proposal

The study will also be important to those in the future, because scientists have not yet found ways to cure these chronic illnesses or correct some of these problems…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
15 Pages
Essay

Careers

Financial and Economic Impact of Worker's Compensation

Words: 4773
Length: 15 Pages
Type: Essay

Financial and Economic Impact of Worker's Compensation egulations And Compliance The program and concept of Workers' Compensation might appear to be a product of a civilized society and the…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
9 Pages
Essay

The CBD Oil Craze

Words: 2758
Length: 9 Pages
Type: Essay

Abstract Cannabis contains more than one hundred and twenty distinct chemical compounds known collectively as cannabinoids. One of those canabinoids is cannabidol, commonly abbreviated and referred to as CBD.…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
30 Pages
Business Plan

Psychology

Business Plan for a Sleep

Words: 8375
Length: 30 Pages
Type: Business Plan

Offered under the same roof are "consultative, diagnostic, and treatment services" which are stated to be provided "by board-certified practitioners in the fields of pulmonary medicine, otolarngology, family medicine…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
15 Pages
Term Paper

Health - Nursing

Carpal Instability Is Any Mal-Alignment

Words: 5543
Length: 15 Pages
Type: Term Paper

When using open reduction of dorsal displaced fractures of the radius to restore congruency and extra-articular anatomy, the authors recommended the use of their double-plating method. This method is…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
5 Pages
Essay

Psychology

Psychological Factors in Health Traditional

Words: 1772
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Essay

Ultimately, it may be the greatest measure of humanity that we recognize that the relevance of animal sentience in relation to our needs is not a function of their…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
66 Pages
Thesis

Psychology

Globalization and Innovations in Telecommunications

Words: 18188
Length: 66 Pages
Type: Thesis

Chapter 2: Review of Related Literature Chapter Introduction This chapter provides a review of the literature concerning hypnosis, Eastern Meditation, Chi Kung, and Nei Kung and how these methods…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
5 Pages
Essay

Medical  (general)

Health care and care techniques

Words: 2211
Length: 5 Pages
Type: Essay

Benchmark-esearch Critique and PICOT statement This article is a research critique on the paper titled 'Home Telehealth for Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD): An Evidence-Based Analysis' by…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
14 Pages
Term Paper

Sports - Drugs

Drug Usage the Use Drugs

Words: 4084
Length: 14 Pages
Type: Term Paper

Drug addiction is not merely a failure of will or weakness in character, however having this 'brain disease' does not absolve the addict of responsibility for his or her…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
10 Pages
Research Paper

Psychology

TBI and PTSD

Words: 2919
Length: 10 Pages
Type: Research Paper

Anthropologist working with the VA Definitions / Interests / Key Problems and Issues Previous Work Performed by Anthropologists in this Area The Employment Situation, Current Salaries and Opportunities for…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
12 Pages
Essay

Health

Interstitial Cystitis IC treatment using CAM Modalities

Words: 6757
Length: 12 Pages
Type: Essay

Abstract The prevalence of interstitial cystitis (IC) has seen different treatment methods that have been aimed at reducing the level of pain and ensuring that the patients are comfortable.…

Read Full Paper  ❯
image
12 Pages
Essay

Health

Interstitial Cystitis IC treatment using CAM Modalities

Words: 6757
Length: 12 Pages
Type: Essay

Abstract The prevalence of interstitial cystitis (IC) has seen different treatment methods that have been aimed at reducing the level of pain and ensuring that the patients are comfortable.…

Read Full Paper  ❯