Remote Electrical Neuromodulation (REN) for the Acute Treatment of Migraine

There is a significant unmet need for novel, effective, and well‐tolerated acute migraine treatments. Remote electrical neuromodulation (REN) is a non‐pharmacological, non‐invasive, acute migraine treatment that stimulat...
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Injectable, Flexible Electrode Could Replace Rigid Nerve-Stimulating Implants

University of Wisconsin–Madison biomedical engineers and their collaborators researchers have laid the groundwork for a new kind of neural interface system, using a type of electrode that can be injected as a liquid and ...
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BioElectronics Announces Publication of a Study of the ActiPatch® Medical Device as an Effective Long Term Treatment for Chronic Pain

 BioElectronics Corporation, the maker of non-invasive electroceutical devices, is pleased to announce the publication of a study in the journal Pain Research and Management , titled " A Prospective Six-Month S...
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New AAPM SIG: Interventional and Neuromodulation

AAPM recently created a new Interventional and Neuromodulation Shared Interest Group. This SIG is dedicated to supporting interventional pain medicine through: Research and evaluation by identifying knowledge gaps and pr...
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Human Translingual Neurostimulation Alters Resting Brain Activity in High-Density EEG

 Abstract: Background: Despite growing evidence of a critical link between neuromodulation technologies and neuroplastic recovery, the underlying mechanisms of these technologies remain elusive. Read the details. &n...
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Remote Electrical Neuromodulation (REN) Relieves Acute Migraine: A Randomized, Double‐Blind, Placebo‐Controlled, Multicenter Trial

There is a significant unmet need for novel effective well‐tolerated acute migraine treatments. REN is a novel acute migraine treatment that stimulates upper arm peripheral nerves to induce conditioned pain modulation – ...
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2019 AAPM Meeting Highlights from Practical Pain Management

Read articles about the latest pain research present at AAPM35 in Denver, March 6-10, 2019. 

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These Tech Companies Aim to Cure Pain without Pills

AAPM Member Jennifer Hah, MD MS, comments in this CNBC article about the advantages of pain relieving devices, such as neuromodulation and other technologies. 

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Glial Ensheathment of the Somatodendritic Compartment Regulates Sensory Neuron Structure and Activity

Sensory neurons perceive environmental cues and are important of organismal survival. Peripheral sensory neurons interact intimately with glial cells. While the function of axonal ensheathment by glia is well studied, le...
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Once a Last Resort, This Pain Therapy Is Getting a New Life Amid the Opioid Crisis

Pain specialists, including AAPM Resident Fellow Education SIG Co-Chair Mark Bicket, MD , say neuromodulation is part of the solution to alleviating pain and should be considered earlier in the treatment process, instead...
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