Introduction | Psychologically Based Modalities | Pharmacological Management | Other Treatment Modalities | References
Pain is one of the most common problems for which patients seek care. As a result of the ubiquity and potential complexity of pain, a wide range of treatments have been employed with varying degrees of success. Although pain is still frequently thought of as primarily a physical problem, there is often no clear correlation between physical pathology and the presence and severity of pain (Deyo and Weinstein 2001; Jensen et al. 1994).