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Cancer Pain

Children may experience cancer pain from mucositis or chemotherapy side effects. Children's Health offers cancer pain management & treatment services.

Pediatric Chronic Abdominal Pain

Chronic abdominal pain is consistent discomfort of the abdominal area, and the result of numerous conditions both known and unknown. Learn more.

Cluster Headache

Cluster headaches occur in a pattern, last multiple days and cause severe pain on one side of the head. Learn more about this type of headache.

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

CRPS, or reflex sympathetic dystrophy, is a chronic pain syndrome that causes prolonged pain in one area. Learn more from Children's Health.

Pediatric Headache/ Migraine

Types of headaches in children include cluster headaches, migraines & sinus headaches. Learn more on how Children's Health Headache Clinic can help.

Concussion-Related Headache

Headaches can occur when the brain is injured and concussed. Learn more how this can impact a child’s health.

Musculoskeletal Pain

Musculoskeletal pain is quite common in children. Children's Health Pediatric Pain Management Center can treat your child's chronic pain symptoms.

Neuropathic Pain

Neuropathic pain conditions such as complex regional pain syndrome & phantom limb pain are increasing in children. Learn more from Children's Health.

Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is caused by damage to the peripheral nervous system. Children's Pediatric Pain Management Center can help your child's chronic pain.

Phantom Limb Pain

A child with a missing or amputated limb can experience what is known as phantom limb pain. Learn more about phantom pain treatment at Children's Health.

Postherpetic Neuralgia

Shingles in children can lead to a painful condition called postherpetic neurlagia. Read on to learn about postherpetic neurlagia symptoms & treatment.

Nerve Injuries

Peripheral nerve injuries are the most common type of nerve injury. Children's Health provides nerve damage symptoms & treatment information.

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