Monday, July 30, 2012

Madigan Interdisciplinary Pain Management Team wins Award

Congratulations to the Interdisciplinary Pain Management Clinic Team at Madigan Army Medical Center at Fort Lewis, Washington!  This new clinic won the Pierce County Business Examiner's 2012 "Health Care Champions Military Service Award" this June.

Check out this 4 minute video honoring the clinic.

Related blog posts on military medicine and pain medicine:
Military Medicine
What is the Army Pain Management Task Force?
OASIS:  Navy Medicine's Combat Stress Recovery Center
Research:  Navy Medicine San Diego studies how Wounded Warriors with lower body amputations recover from falls
The Weight of War:  New Efforts to Treat Pain, an NPR story
Acupuncture used to treat TBI at military concussion centers, part of the Navy OSCAR program
Research:  Use of CAM therapy among Soldiers, Retirees, and Active Duty Spouses
Meditation for Combat-related Stress, focus on transcendental meditation news
Traumatic Brain Injury Awareness Month
Acupuncture used by U.S. Military in Afghanistan to treat Traumatic Brain Injuries
Acupuncture in Army Medicine, an NPR story

Pain medicine
Stress-Relief Acupuncture
Research:  Opioid Use in Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan Wars
Acupuncturists without Borders update--new clinic opening for Women Veterans


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