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Orthopaedic management of chronic pain: pain management for the cancer patient

Orthopaedic management of chronic pain: pain management for the cancer patient

Instructional Course Lectures 49: 513-521

Chronic pain is best managed through a multidisciplinary approach, which includes traditional and nontraditional therapies. Orthopaedists probably deal with chronic pain patients more than any other medical specialists. As Foley points out, it is critical that a trusting relationship between the patient and the physician is established; a relationship in which the patient believes the physician is taking the pain symptoms seriously and intends to address the pain aggressively. Although dealing with chronic pain can be a very frustrating part of orthopaedic practice, it can also be seen as a challenge.

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