These projects explore osteopathic approaches to acute and chronic pain management that improve patient outcomes, enrich the quality of life, and demonstrate cost-effectiveness.
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α9α10 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor function in migraine-related pain
PI: Mehul M. Shah, OMS IV
Poster #: B7
TAKE-PAUSE: Efficacy of mindfulness as an intervention in the pediatric emergency department
PI: Mahlaqa Butt, OMS II, MPH
Poster #: C9
The effect of osteopathic manipulative treatment on stiff person syndrome