Developing a comprehensive approach to functional pain and autonomic disorders (FPADs)
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Functional Pain and Autonomic Disorders (FPADs) are common illnesses in which patients experience discomfort and pain in various regions of the body. In fibromyalgia, for example, pain is often found in muscles, whereas migraines usually combine symptoms of intense headaches and nausea. These and other FPADs affect around 500,000 individuals in Wisconsin. Despite this large patient population, understanding of these disorder has progressed slowly.
Through this award, investigators aim to develop a comprehensive, interdisciplinary approach for clinical excellence, research, teaching, and community outreach for the treatment of functional pain and autonomic disorders (FPADs).
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