Anne Louise Oaklander is Associate Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School and an Associate in Neurology and Assistant in Pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. Dr. Oaklander is also director of the Massachusetts General Hospital Nerve Unit (http://neuropathycommons.org/mgh-neuropathy-unit), which is a lab that studies peripheral nerve problems. She is an internationally recognized expert for her discoveries in many areas of pain research, including small-fiber polyneuropathy and its possible role in fibromyalgia, the focus of the RELIEF podcast below. For a written transcript of the podcast, please click here. (Note: For slower connections, the podcast may take longer to load. If you experience difficulty, the podcast is also available through YouTube here).