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Peripheral neuropathic pain: supporting patients with self-management.

Nursing Standard 2024 April 4
Peripheral neuropathic pain is a complex condition that can adversely affect people's quality of life. Alongside pharmacological interventions, nurses can support patients to self-manage their pain using non-pharmacological interventions such as lifestyle changes and exercise. To do this effectively, nurses should be able to recognise the signs and symptoms of peripheral neuropathic pain and be able to educate patients on appropriate self-management approaches. It is important that nurses provide education, advice and information in a way that patients can understand and check this understanding. This article provides an overview of how nurses can support patients to self-manage peripheral neuropathic pain by using various non-pharmacological interventions.

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