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Pain therapy

Pain therapy


World Health Organization (WHO) statistics show that between 40 and 75% of pain syndromes are under-treated and that is why the international forum calls on state governments to launch national training programs and guides in pain therapy.

World Health Organization (WHO) statistics show that between 40 and 75% of pain syndromes are under-treated and that is why the international forum calls on state governments to launch national training programs and guides in pain therapy.
In the US, up to 7.7% of the population is affected by neuropathic pain, which is caused by disorders of the nervous structure, one in 15 Europeans has such a disease, and 80% of them have severe pain, he said, yesterday, doctor Elena Copaciu, president of the Romanian Association for the Study of Pain.
The prevalence of this type of pain is 7.7% in Spain, 7.5% in the UK, 6.4% in France and 6% in Germany.

Unusual pain often manifests as a "jungle" or stings similar to electric shock, and they are more intense during the night, said, on the same occasion, Professor Ovidiu Bajenaru, head of the neurology section of the University Emergency Hospital Bucharest and president of National Society of Neurology.
People with neuropathic pain have sleep disorders, lack of energy, dizziness and difficulty concentrating. Due to the chronic pain, most sufferers can no longer work, can no longer walk and even can not get dressed, because the simple contact of the skin with the clothes gives rise to unbearable pain, said Professor Bajenaru. The causes of the disease are most often chronic.
That means it can last six months or longer. It is caused by injury or damage to the nerves in the brain, spine, lower and upper limbs, explained Professor Bajenaru. Two of the best known causes are diabetes and the Zoster Zone.
Source: Day