Foreword: Advancing Our Understanding of Pain and Addiction
Vivek H. Murthy, M.D., M.B.A
Introduction: The Clinical Challenge of Pain and Addiction
Irene R. Robeck, M.D., FASAM
Section I. Addressing Pain and Addiction: Core Concepts
Chapter 1. The Incidence and Prevalence of Pain and Addiction
Emily Brunner, M.D. and Robert Levy, M.D., FASAM
Chapter 2. The Neurophysiology of Pain and Addiction
R. Corey Waller, M.D., M.S., DFASAM
Chapter 3. Psychosocial Aspects of Pain and Addiction
Ross Halpern, Ph.D.
Chapter 4. The Language of Pain and Addiction
Michael M. Miller, M.D., DFASAM, DLFAPA
Chapter 5. Providing Integrated Care for Pain and Addiction
Alan A. Wartenberg, M.D., FACP, FASAM
Chapter 6. Ethical Issues in Treating Pain and Addiction
Christopher J. Spevak, M.D., FASAM
Chapter 7. Legal Issues in Treating Pain and Addiction
Edwin A. Salsitz, M.D., FACP, DFASAM and Martha J. Wunsch, M.D., FAAP, DFASAM
Section II. Diagnosing and Treating Pain and Addiction: Common Principles
Chapter 8. The Pharmacology of Opioids
Christopher Cavacuiti, M.D., CCFP, M.H.Sc., FASAM
Chapter 9. Understanding and Preventing Opioid Misuse and Abuse
Robert L. DuPont, M.D., Theodore V. Parran, Jr., M.D., and Bonnie B. Wilford, M.S.
Chapter 10. Screening Patients for Opioid Risk
Jeffrey Fudin, Pharm.D., DAIPM, FCCP, FASHP, Jacqueline Cleary, Pharm.D., BCACP, Courtney Kominek, Pharm.D., BCPS, CPE, Abigail Brooks, Pharm.D., BCPS, and Thien C. Pham, Pharm.D.
Chapter 11. Diagnosing Patients and Initiating Treatment
Theodore V. Parran, Jr., M.D., John A. Hopper, M.D. and Bonnie B. Wilford, M.S.
Chapter 12. Drug Testing and Other Tools for Patient Monitoring
Louis E. Baxter, Sr., M.D., FASAM
Chapter 13. Opioid Overdose Prevention and Management
Bernd Wollschlaeger, M.D.
Section III. Treating Pain in Patients with, or at Risk for, Co-Occurring Addiction
Chapter 14. Opioid Pharmacotherapies for Chronic Pain
Thien C. Pham, Pharm.D., Courtney Kominek, Pharm.D., BCPS, CPE, Abigail Brooks, Pharm.D., BCPS and Jeffrey Fudin, Pharm.D., DAIPM, FCCP, FASHP
Chapter 15. Non-Opioid Pharmacotherapies for Chronic Pain
James A. D. Otis, M.D., FAAN, DABPM
Chapter 16. Professionally Directed Non-Pharmacologic Management of Chronic Pain
Peter Przekop, D.O., Ph.D.
Chapter 17. Self-Directed Non-Pharmacologic Management of Chronic Pain
Stephen Colameco, M.D., M.Ed., FASAM, and Stephen F. Grinstead, Dr.A.D., LMFT, ACRPS, CADC-II
Chapter 18. Revising the Treatment Plan and/or Ending Pain Treatment
Mark A. Weiner, M.D., DFASAM and Herbert L. Malinoff, M.D., FACP, DFASAM
Section IV. Treating Substance Use Disorders and Addiction in Patients with Co-Occurring Pain
Chapter 19. Pharmacotherapies for Opioid Use Disorder and Addiction
William F. Haning, III, M.D., DFASAM, DFAPA, Jason Baker Fields, M.D., DABAM and Yngvild Olsen, M.D., M.P.H.
Chapter 20. Non-Pharmacologic Therapies for Opioid Use Disorder and Addiction
Michael F. Weaver, M.D., DFASAM
Chapter 21. Mindfulness as a Component of Addiction Treatment
Sharone Abramowitz, M.D., FASAM
Chapter 22. Preventing Avoidable Work Disability
Marianne Cloeren, M.D., M.P.H., FACOEM, FACP and Stephen Colameco, M.D., M.Ed., DFASAM
Chapter 23. Revising the Treatment Plan and/or Ending Addiction Treatment
John A. Hopper, M.D., and Theodore V. Parran, Jr., M.D.
Section V. Adapting Treatment to the Needs of Specific Populations
Chapter 24. Pain and Addiction in Patients with Co-Occurring Psychiatric Disorders
Penelope P. Ziegler, M.D., FASAM
Chapter 24-Sidebar. Pain and Addiction in Patients with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Steven A. Eraker, M.D.
Chapter 25. Pain and Addiction in Patients with Co-Occurring Medical Disorders
Stephen Colameco, M.D., M.Ed., DFASAM and Melvin I. Pohl, M.D., FASAM
Chapter 25-Sidebar. Pain and Addiction in Patients with Traumatic Brain Injury
Sanjog S. Pangarkar, M.D.
Chapter 26. Pain and Addiction in Patients with Fibromyalgia
Karen Muchowski, M.D., FAAFP and Steven R. Hanling, M.D.
Chapter 27. Pain and Addiction in Patients Who Smoke Cigarettes
Lori D. Karan, M.D., DFASAM, FACP
Chapter 28. Pain and Addiction in Adolescents and Young Adults
Michael F. Weaver, M.D., DFASAM
Chapter 29. Pain and Addiction in Older Adults
Nelly Buckalew, M.D., N.D., M.S., M.S.L., Rachel Maree, M.D., M.P.H., Zachary Marcum, Ph.D., Pharm.D., and Debra K. Weiner, M.D.
Chapter 30. Pain and Addiction in Women
Mishka Terplan, M.D. , M.P.H., FACOG, FASAM
Chapter 31. Pain and Addiction in Military Personnel and Veterans
Ilene R. Robeck, M.D., Stephen C. Hunt, M.D., M.P.H., Lucile Burgo-Black, M.D., FACP, Jeremiah McKelvey, Pharm.D., Afreen Siddiqui, M.D., and Anthony J. Mariano, Ph.D.
- Endorsed and supported by the American Society of Addiction Medicine
- Takes an evidence-based approach and uses articles from both the literature and well-regarded organizations and government agencies
- Each chapter provides suggestions for further reading on the topics discussed
The American Society of Addiction Medicine Handbook on Pain and Addiction provides clinical considerations and guidelines for the clinician treating patients with pain and addiction. Produced by the largest medical society dedicated to the improvement of addiction care, the book takes an evidence-based approach and uses articles from both the literature and well-regarded organizations and government agencies including NIDA, CDC, SAMHSA, PCSS-O, and ASAM itself. The ASAM Handbook is structured in five sections that cover the core concepts of addressing pain and addiction; diagnosis and treatment; treating pain in patients with, or at risk for, co-occuring addiction; treating substance use disorders (SUD) and addiction in patients with co-occuring pain; and adapting treatment to the needs of specific populations. Each chapter ends with suggestions for further reading on the topics discussed. This book is ideal for primary care providers, mental health clinicians, SUD clinicians, and pain clinicians who wish to bridge the knowledge gaps related to treating patients with pain and addiction.
To learn more about the American Society of Addiction Medicine, and its commitment to providing the best resources for addiction clinicians, please visit http://www.asam.org.
Dr. Ilene R. Robeck, MD, FASAM is an internist/addictionologist with a special interest in chronic pain treatment in primary care as well as the approach to the patient with chronic pain with comorbid substance abuse, mental health concerns and/or complex medical problems. She is currently the Director of Virtual Pain Care at the Richmond VA Medical Center. She is also Co-Chair of the National Primary Care Pain Task Force and Past President of the Florida Society of Addiction Medicine.
Dr. Herbert L. Malinoff, MD, FACP, DFASAM is the president and founder of Pain Recovery Solutions, PC. He specializes in treating patients with chronic pain syndromes, addiction, and in detoxification as well as internal medicine needs. . Dr. Malinoff lectures internationally on Chronic Pain and Addiction and is an active member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine where he co-chairs the Pain and Addiction-Common Threads Course. He is a Fellow of both the American College of Physicians and the American Society of Addiction Medicine. Dr. Malinoff is an attending physician at St. Joseph Merch Hospital in Ypsilanti and is on the faculty of the Department of Anesthesia at the University of Michigan Medical Center.
Dr. Melvin I. Pohl, MD, DFASAM is a Board-Certified Family Practitioner. He is the Chief Medical Officer of Las Vegas Recovery Center (LVRC) and was a major force in developing LVRCs Chronic Pain Recovery Program. Dr. Pohl is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the University of Nevada School of Medicine. He is the author of A Day without Pain, revised edition and The Pain Antidote - Stop Suffering from Chronic Pain, Avoid Addiction to Painkillers, and Reclaim Your Life. Dr. Pohl filmed a show for PBS on chronic pain which aired around the country in 2016.
Dr. R. Corey Waller MD, MS, FACEP, DFASAM is an addiction, pain, and emergency medicine specialist and the Senior Medical Director for Education and Policy at the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers (CCHP). Dr. Waller earned a Masters of Science in neuromolecular biology at Southwest Texas State University and earned his Medical Degree at the University of Texas Medical School in San Antonio. Dr. Waller completed his Emergency Medicine residency at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and is board Certified in Emergency Medicine and Addiction Medicine.
Dr. Michael F. Weaver, MD, DFASAM is Professor of Psychiatry at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. He completed a Residency in Internal Medicine and a Clinical Research Fellowship in Addiction Medicine at Virginia Commonwealth University. He is involved in patient care, medical education, and research. Dr. Weaver has multiple publications in the fields of addiction medicine and pain management.
Dr. Mark A. Weiner, MD, DFASAM earned his medical degree at Cornell University Medical College in New York City. He completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine at Northwestern University McGaw Medical Campus in Chicago, Illinois. At St Joseph Mercy Hospital Ann Arbor, he is the Medical Director of Substance Use Disorders, the Section Head of Addiction Medicine, Program Director for the Addiction Fellowship and Medical Director of IHA Pain Management Consultants. He is the chair of the planning committee of the American Society of Addiction Medicine course, Pain and Addiction: Common Threads and the Pain and Addiction Education Expansion Task Force.
Dr. William F. Haning, III, MD, DFASAM, DFAPA is a physician and tenured Professor of Psychiatry, retired, at the John A. Burns School of Medicine, University of Hawaii. He is the Past Director of Medical Doctorate Programs for the school and remains Director of Addiction Psychiatry/Addiction Medicine. He serves as a Director-at-Large of the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM); Chair of the Examination Committee for Addiction Psychiatry, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN); current Chair, ASAM Publications Council; and the Editor-in-Chief of ASAM Weekly.
Bonnie B. Wilford, MS, is Executive Vice President of the Coalition On Physician Education in Substance Use Disorders (COPE), an organization dedicated to improving the education of all medical students by increasing the attention given to substance abuse and related disorders. She has also served as a section editor for multiple editions of ASAMs Principles of Addiction Medicine, managing editor of several editions of the ASAM Patient Placement Criteria, and a frequent contributor to medical journals and UpToDate. Her work has been recognized with awards, including the AMAs Distinguished Service Award and ASAM's Presidents Award for Lifetime Achievement in Addiction Education.