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  • Guide About Hip & Knee Pain

    Guide About Hip & Knee Pain

    Regain Functionality & Mobility - Chronic or acute pain in your hips and knees may create difficulties in your everyday household or workplace tasks. Seeking professional advice from trusted healthcare professionals as soon as possible is critical. We want to save you from contracting harmful infections and complicating your condition further. We always try to go for the holistic approach when recommending treatments, and we will choose the more non-invasive route every time for your safety and overall well-being.

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  • The Effects of Chronic Pain

    The Effects of Chronic Pain

    Chronic pain affects not only the individual but also their loved ones. This article looks at this topic in more detail and provides guidance for healthy family coping mechanisms. Family dynamics can vastly change when chronic pain comes into play. Healthy family connections and coping strategies can be challenging to maintain. This study states that chronic pain, “impinges on almost every aspect of family life, and, over time, is likely to bring about significant consequences for the family”

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  • 5 Spine Health Tips for Working at a Desk

    5 Spine Health Tips for Working at a Desk

    Sitting at your desk for hours at a time places tremendous stress on your lower back and the muscles supporting your spine. And chances are, the work you do at your desk, like using a computer, strains your neck. Working at your desk day after day ultimately leads to degenerative problems in your spine. Then you start to suffer from chronic pain.

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  • What You Need To Know About Neck & Back Pain

    What You Need To Know About Neck & Back Pain

    Neck & Upper Back Pain Management - Neck pain and discomfort in the upper back can be caused by a number of reasons, such as whiplash injury, segmental dysfunction, improper posture, problems relating to spinal discs, and stress-induced factors. Problems emerging from the neck and upper back regions include restriction of cervical motions, migraine-like headaches, temporomandibular joint dysfunctions (TMJ disorders), spasms around the shoulder/upper back area, ear ringing, inflammation of the middle ear (otitis media), and overall chronic stiffness and tension in the region.

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  • Understanding And Living With Chronic Pain

    Understanding And Living With Chronic Pain

    Distraction - Something that I have found immensely helpful when I am flaring is a distraction. Changing your environment can be useful, even if this is just moving into a different room. Listening to music, talking to someone, engaging in crafts, basically, anything that keeps you busy and which gives you something other than your pain to focus on can make it easier to deal with.

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  • Injured on the Job? Seek Help From Us

    Injured on the Job? Seek Help From Us

    In 2018, private industry employers reported a total of 2.8 million non-fatal workplace injuries. For many, the chronic pain caused by their injury affects their ability to get back to the rigors of their jobs or engage in their favorite activities. If you’re struggling to recover from a job injury, we can help. The certified physicians specialize in pain management, combining interventional medicine, regenerative medicine, and physical medicine to create a treatment plan that’s customized to your unique health care needs.

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  • A Guide To Chronic Pain Yoga Poses

    A Guide To Chronic Pain Yoga Poses

    Do you suffer from chronic pain? If so, you may want to consider adding yoga poses to your treatment plan! Yoga effectively manages chronic pain and can help improve flexibility, strength, and mobility. Before We Begin - Please know that it is essential to speak with your pain management team before starting any new exercise routine. And most importantly, it is necessary to start slowly and listen to your body. If you find a particular pose causing pain, stop immediately and consult your physician.

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  • How to Live Well with Chronic Pain

    How to Live Well with Chronic Pain

    Living with chronic pain is tough. But with the right guidance and support, we can learn how to not just survive but thrive despite our chronic pain. Chronic pain is defined as pain that is long-term, lasting beyond 3 months. It’ll come as no surprise that chronic pain can sap the joy from your life and reduce your level of functioning. This study explains that “In addition to the physical health consequences, chronic musculoskeletal pain can have a profound negative impact on an individual’s emotional and social well-being.”

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  • Understanding Ganglion Cysts

    Understanding Ganglion Cysts

    If you develop an unsightly lump on your wrist or finger, chances are you have a ganglion cyst. Ganglion cysts are not cancerous. However, they’re often unsightly and can cause hand and wrist pain, which motivates patients to seek treatment. Though ganglion cysts are common, they aren’t well-known, so here’s what you need to know.

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  • Why Are Men Less Likely To Develop Migraines?

    Why Are Men Less Likely To Develop Migraines?

    Migraines Are Still a Risk - It's estimated that someone in nearly one in every four households in the United States suffers from migraines. And yet, migraines are still a largely misunderstood condition. Even more interesting is that migraines seem to affect men and women differently. Though men are less likely to develop migraines, they should still know common triggers, symptoms, and treatment options.

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