1st Edition

Guide to Chronic Pain Syndromes, Headache, and Facial Pain

Edited By Gary W. Jay

    This set provides clinicians with key information on all types of pain: pain syndromes that result from specific conditions; chronic pain from the neck down; and chronic headache and facial pain. Why every practicing clinician needs a copy of this comprehensive set: EVIDENCE-BASED AND CLINICALLY ORIENTED - provide pertinent, useful data you need to make accurate diagnoses and develop the best treatment plans for your patients COMPREHENSIVE CONTENT - with 48 chapters on pain syndromes from head-to-toe and detailed treatment strategies, you'll have all the information you need to improve patient outcomes USER-FRIENDLY FORMAT - with data organized by pain type, you can easily reference critical information on-the-go AUTHORITATIVE CLINICAL GUIDANCE - over 25 experts in pain management give you the advice you trust to implement in your daily practice

    PART I HEADACHE 1. Migraine 2. Tension-Type Headache 3. Posttraumatic Headache 4. Cervicogenic Headache 5. Cluster Headache 6. Trigeminal Autonomic Cephalalgias 7. Trigeminal Neuralgia 8. Persistent Idiopathic Facial Pain 9. Orofacial Pain Syndromes and Other Facial Neuralgias PART II OTHER HEADACHE AND PAIN TREATMENTS 10. Psychological Aspects of Chronic Noncancer Pain 149, 11. Neuropsychological Aspects of Neuropathic Pain 12. Interdisciplinary Treatment of Chronic Noncancer Pain 13. Interventional Pain Medicine in the Treatment of Chronic Noncancer Pain—An Update 14. Acupuncture 15. Complementary and Alternative Medicine in the Management of Chronic Pain PART III MEDICATIONS 16. Non opiate Analgesics and Adjuvants 17. Opioid Medications and Correct Medical Usage—An Update 18. Legal Issues in Pain Management 19. Antidepressant Medications 20. Anticonvulsant Medications 21. Migraine Medications


    Gary W. Jay (Pain Medicine/Management Consultant, Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina, USA)