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UC Irvine Health pain expert to test Botox as migraine treatment for children

March 06, 2017
UC Irvine Health anesthesiologist Shalini Shah, MD, has received an American Society of Regional Anesthesia’s Chronic Pain Research Grant to...

Academic medical centers: Shaping the future of healthcare

Academic medical centers: Shaping the future of healthcare
June 23, 2016
Progress in medicine isn’t just a matter of luck or happenstance. It emerges largely from the network of highly trained and...

Despite Prince's death, fentanyl still a rarity among opioids

June 07, 2016
IN THE NEWS: Although the number fentanyl-related deaths in Orange County is relatively small, Dr. Padma Gulur, director, UC Irvine Health Pain...

Orange County opioid death rate reaches 10-year high

May 16, 2016
IN THE NEWS: The number of people dying from drug overdoses in Orange County has soared to a 10-year high. The coroner’s office has...

Prescription drug abuse on the rise in Orange County

Dr. Padma Gulur is a UC Irvine Health specialist in pain management.
March 29, 2016
IN THE NEWS: Orange County is not immune from the national epidemic of prescription drug deaths, Dr. Padma Gulur, director of UC Irvine Health Pain...

UC Irvine Health expert to discuss latest advances in pain management therapies

UC Irvine Health pain management expert Dr. Padma Gulur
March 02, 2016
Dr. Padma Gulur, director, UC Irvine Health Pain Management Services, will discuss the latest innovations in pain management, from medications to...

Demystifying pain

Tucker Parris
February 15, 2016
Tucker Parris was driving cross-country from Virginia to San Diego, where he was stationed in the Navy, when he was involved in a nearly fatal,...

New UC Irvine Health specialty center opens in Tustin

April 15, 2015
UC Irvine Health has opened an office in Tustin that includes specialists in dermatology, ear, nose and throat, gastroenterology and digestive...

Treating cancer pain in children at home

December 16, 2014
Pediatric pain psychologist Michelle A. Fortier discusses what parents and children need to know about the latest interventions to identify, treat...

The five-second rule and other health myths

UC Irvine Health pain management specialist Dr. Shalini Shah
September 16, 2014
Coffee can stunt a child's growth. Touching a toad gives you warts. It's OK to eat food that was on the ground for five seconds or less. UC Irvine...