Physical interventions: Most chronic nonmalignant pain syndromes are musculoskeletal in origin and may be amenable to physical therapy or other approaches including exercise, massage, stretching regimens, spinal manipulation, and acupuncture.
What does CNMP stand for?
CNMP stands for Chronic Nonmalignant Pain
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We have 3 other meanings of CNMP in our Acronym Attic
- Conseil National des Missions Locales (French: National Council of Local Missions)
- Centre for Micro and Nano Mechanics (Tsinghua University; UK)
- Commission on New Minerals and Mineral Names (International Mineralogical Association)
- Commission on New Minerals Nomenclature and Classification (International Mineralogical Association; France)
- Chief Nursing and Midwifery Officer (New South Wales Department of Health; Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
- Committee on National Medical Organizations
- Commander, Naval Meteorology and Oceanography Command
- Consolidated Network Mission Operations Support
- Center for Natural Medicine and Prevention
- Centro Nordestino de Medicina Popular (Brasil)
- Collectif National de Mobilisation en Psychiatrie
- Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan (USDA)
- Commander, Naval Military Personnel Command
- Centro Nazionale Malattie Rare
- Centre for New Media Research and Education (Australia)
- Comité National contre les Maladies Respiratoires et la Tuberculose (French: National Committee against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease)
- Center for Nanophase Materials Sciences (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
- Center for Nanoscale Materials (Argonne National Laboratory; Argonne, IL)
- Centre for Near and Middle Eastern Studies (Marburg, Germany)
- Common Network Management System (AT&T)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Abstract: Although extensive literature exists on the experiences of people living with chronic nonmalignant pain as a primary condition, little is known about the phenomenon of pain as it is experienced by the person with a chronic disabling condition.
and Black (anesthesiology, NCH Healthcare System, Naples) treat chronic nonmalignant pain with substances from amphetamines to antidepressants.
A theoretical model for caring for women with chronic nonmalignant pain.