References: (1) American Pain Foundation (2) Pain (Journal of the International Association for the Study of Pain), 142 (2009) 194-201, April 2009 (3) 2009 PMSI Annual Drug Trends Report (4) Manachikanti, Laxmaiah, and Singh, Angelie, "Therapeutic Opioids: A Ten-Year Perspective of the Complexities and Complications of Escalating Use, Abuse, and Nonmedical Use of Opioids.
What does APF stand for?
APF stands for American Pain Foundation
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- Amazon Products Feed
- American Pakistan Foundation
- American Pathology Foundation (Laguna Beach, CA)
- American Philatelic Foundation (Los Angeles, California)
- American Porphyria Foundation
- American Premier Funding (San Diego, CA)
- American Psychiatric Foundation (Arlington,VA)
- American Psychoanalytic Foundation
- Americans for Prosperity Foundation (Arlington, VA)
- Analyst Private File
- Anglican Pacifist Fellowship (est. 1937)
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In a meeting conducted by the Wounded Warrior Project and the American Pain Foundation at Walter Reed Army Medical Center (WRAMC), Mike talked honestly about how the daily pain and being unable to sleep because of phantom limb pain affected him and his relationship with his wife and children.
On February 12, 2002, representatives of the American Pain Foundation testified before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee that although most pain can be managed, it often goes untreated, improperly treated, or undertreated.
The American Pain Foundation estimates that 50 million people in the U.
Alarmingly, veterans who participated in an American Pain Foundation online veterans survey reported they had depression with chronic pain almost 95 percent of the time.