Pain

Is botulinum toxin effective for treating children’s migraines?

September 01, 2020

A new study examines the efficacy of the toxin for migraine treatment in pediatrics.

Does ibuprofen inhibit healing after a fracture?

July 27, 2020

A bone fracture is a painful experience and ibuprofen may be used to treat the pain. A report examines whether it could inhibit bone healing.

Can sleep problems lead to musculoskeletal pain?

June 05, 2020

Associated with musculoskeletal pain in adults, poor sleep also could carry a similar risk for children.

Evidence supports prophylactic treatment for migraine

May 22, 2020

Available data cannot claim benefits of one medication over another for pediatric migraine, but evidence supports treatment of some kind to reduce frequency and severity.

How to perform a physical exam of shoulder pain in an athlete

May 08, 2020

Physical exams for shoulder pain in young athletes can be performed in the primary care setting. Here are 6 tests to help diagnose the source of the pain.

How to diagnose shoulder injuries in young athletes

April 14, 2020

Arm pain is a common complaint in young athletes but playing though shoulder pain can have serious consequences. Here is guidance for diagnosing shoulder pain and helping these players get their game on.