Interdisziplinäre multimodale Schmerztherapie bei postviralen Syndromen und ME/CFS: Besonderheiten, Fallstricke und Modellkonzept

Translated title of the contribution: Interdisciplinary multimodal pain therapy in postviral syndromes and ME/CFS: Features, pitfalls and model concept

Benjamin Luchting, Uta Behrends, Bianca Eigner, Silvia Stojanov, Cordula Warlitz, Matthias Haegele, Eva Neuwirth, Lorenz Mihatsch, Hans Peter Richter

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Abstract

Background: Multimodal pain therapy usually take place in the context of group therapy lasting several weeks and is based on a generally activating approach. Due to the specificity of stress intolerance with postexertional malaise (PEM) in patients with postviral syndromes, physical as well as psychological overload must be urgently avoided in these cases; however, these aspects can only be insufficiently considered in current medical pain therapy concepts. Methods: Summary of the current literature and presentation of clinical characteristics as well as presentation of a model project for a multimodal pain therapy in postviral syndromes with PEM. Model concept: The presented model project describes a day clinic treatment setting for interdisciplinary multimodal pain therapy adapted to the individual resilience with minimization of the risk of strain-induced deterioration of the condition.

Translated title of the contributionInterdisciplinary multimodal pain therapy in postviral syndromes and ME/CFS: Features, pitfalls and model concept
Original languageGerman
Pages (from-to)183-189
Number of pages7
JournalSchmerz
Volume38
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - Jun 2024
Externally publishedYes

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