Most Recent Articles by Chris Iliades, MD
Cognitive behavioral therapy is an effective method of chronic pain treatment, either alone or in conjunction with other pain therapies.
Questions remain as to whether botanically-derived marijuana offers clinical benefit over pharmaceutical-grade THC, its active ingredient.
Much of the third world is suffering in pain without access to opioid, a situation dubbed the opioid gap.
Although a recent study indicates that treatment with SSRI antidepressants may help, CBT remains the primary form of therapy.
Psychotherapy is useful in treating bulimia and binge eating, while anorexia remains the most difficult eating disorder to tackle.
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