Pain is not a normal part of aging and may be a sign that something is wrong sometimes there is no clear or exact cause of pain pain management is an important part of your care it can increase your appetite sleep and energy. This guidance document reviews the epidemiology and management of pain in older people via a literature review of published research the aim of this document is to inform health professionals in any care setting who work with older adults on best practice for the management of pain and to identify where there are gaps in the evidence that require further research. The holistic and interdisciplinary approach of osteopathic medicine offers an approach that can optimize effective pain management in older adults pain is a common complaint of the elderly as the number of individuals older than 65 years continues to rise frailty and chronic diseases associated with pain will likely increase therefore primary care physicians will face a significant . The management of pain in dementia is a complex issue with numerous issues and controversies within the current evidence base core areas of agreement exist within the literature describing the prevalence impact and current treatment and assessment of pain prevalence and population characteristics
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