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I have been working in MGH Center for Pain Medicine for more 15 years. I have been actively involved in clinical research at the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Translational Pain Research. My current research interests are focused on clinical studies: 1. to evaluate acupuncture outcome in pain management. 2. to evaluate hyperalgesia in patients with chronic opioid use (opioid-induced hyperalgesia) and possible diagnostic and treatment tools.
Research Areas:Acupuncture and alternative medicine Opioid use in pain managementOipiod induced hyperalgesia (OIH)Description of Research:My current acupuncture study has 4 specific aims; (1) use quantitative testing (QST) as an assessment tool for the effectiveness of acupuncture on clinical pain; (2) compare changes in QST responses and biomarkers following acupuncture therapy; (3) compare effect of acupuncture and pain medication on clinical pain.
Principle Investigator Research:
Acupuncture: A Method of Evaluating Acupuncture Therapy in Pain Management
QST: Compare pain threshold and pain tolerance as measured by QST
Pharmacotherapy: Alliviating Opioid Induced Hyperalgesia with Noval Pharmacotherapy
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