Monica Ariyo MSN, APN, PMHNP is a nurse practitioner with years of experience treating a variety of different health issues. She is mainly focused on chronic pain because this health condition affects so many unfortunate people.

Over the years, she has tracked many innovations and has found that they provide high-quality benefits to many people. Thankfully, she believes that these concepts will create the kind of long-term help that many people need to stay healthy in what can be a challenging and complex problem to handle.

What Nurse Practitioner Monica Ariyo Predicts for Chronic Pain Management 

Over the last few years, Monica Ariyo MSN, APN, PMHNP has done much research about the field of chronic pain treatment. She has read many periodicals, attended conferences, talked with doctors, and created a unique outlook on various care options.

She believes these methods will help transform this treatment method. The first of these innovations that she thinks will become prominent in 2022 is a team-based care option.

Team-based therapy is innovative because it helps to spread a person’s care among multiple professionals who fully understand the difficulties of these processes.

For example, team-based medicine integrates expert opinions from many care experts and a myriad of detailed care choices that the team plans and executes to help decrease chronic pain. The idea is to create an adaptable and shifting therapy session that changes to meet a person’s needs.

Multidisciplinary care is also critical, Monica Ariyo MSN, APN, PMHNP says, and will transform in many ways in the upcoming years. This approach focuses on using multiple types of care methods.

These include options as diverse as pain medicines, physical therapy, psychological treatment, nutritional care, and even alternative treatments) to manage all symptoms of chronic pain and decrease their severity and intensity in a person’s life.

This approach is likely to change as more research goes into chronic pain and its many sources. For example, decades of research broke through in 2018 when the concept of calcitonin gene-related peptide antibodies helped make chronic pain easier to treat.

The science behind this innovation is too complex to discuss here but centers around using these unique chemicals to diagnose and treat chronic pain directly at its source. In this way, it should be easier to avoid chronic pain symptoms and give many people the relief that they need to live a happy and healthy life.

 

Monica Ariyo MSN, APN, PMHNP expects that this care option will become more prominent in 2022 because four years will have passed since its creation. These years of modification and tweaking will create a more effective and high-quality care option, one that will be more likely to handle the challenges presented to it.

In this way, chronic pain management is expected to improve even more in 2022, though it is unlikely that a true cure for this condition will be found in this year.

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