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  • How to Relieve Piriformis Syndrome Pain at Home and Work

    How to Relieve Piriformis Syndrome Pain at Home and Work

    The sharp, searing pain and numbing symptoms of piriformis syndrome often flare during the day with simple activities such as sitting, walking, driving, or lying down to sleep. If left untreated or ignored, these ongoing symptoms can worsen over time, resulting in chronicity and pain lasting up to 2 years in some individuals.

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  • Common Causes of Waking Up With A Headache, And How To Relieve It

    Common Causes of Waking Up With A Headache, And How To Relieve It

    People can wake up with a headache for various reasons, including dehydration, migraine, sleep apnea, and bruxism when someone grinds or clenches the teeth during sleep. Treatment will depend on the reason for the headache. Many people with migraine experience headaches that begin in the early hours of the morning. However, if a person has never had migraine headaches before, there may be another cause.

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  • Pain Management: Auto Injury

    Pain Management: Auto Injury

    Americans spend more than a million days each year hospitalized after auto injuries, and more than 2.5 million people visit emergency rooms annually for treatment. If you’re still experiencing lingering, painful symptoms following a car crash, the expert medical team offers the most advanced treatments in pain management. The team of board-certified doctors specializes in interventional pain procedures so you can get long-term relief, increase mobility, and return to your active lifestyle.

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  • How Long Does Piriformis Syndrome Pain Last?

    How Long Does Piriformis Syndrome Pain Last?

    Mild piriformis syndrome pain may resolve with rest in 1 to 2 days. If the piriformis muscle is acutely inflamed, irritated, or swollen, the pain may persist for several days or weeks, and more targeted treatment will be necessary to prevent the condition from becoming chronic. If left untreated, deep buttock pain may worsen over time and prolong over a period of 2 years (or more) with a gradual worsening of symptoms in some individuals.

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  • Different Types of Headaches

    Different Types of Headaches

    There are many different types and causes of headaches, such as migraine, tension-type, cluster, sinus, and hypnic headaches. Medication overuse can also lead to a headache when a person stops using pain relief or other drugs after using them for some time. Headaches are a common complaint — the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that almost half of all adults will have experienced at least one headache within the last year.

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  • Pain Management: Back Pain

    Pain Management: Back Pain

    If you’ve experienced back pain, you’re not alone -- it’s the number one cause of disability worldwide. The expert pain management team offers the most advanced options in back pain management for patients of all ages who experience chronic or acute back pain. The medical team specializes in cutting-edge interventional pain procedures to help you "Restore Function and relive Life". Call or schedule an appointment online today.

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  • The Relationship between Chronic Pain and OCD

    The Relationship between Chronic Pain and OCD

    Chronic pain and OCD are two disorders that are incredibly challenging to live with and overcome. In this article, we’re going to break down what exactly chronic pain is, what OCD is, how these two relate to one another, and what to do if you’re experiencing both. What is Chronic Pain? Pain that lasts longer than 3 to 6 months is considered chronic pain.

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  • Why Do I Have A Headache? Causes, Types, And Remedies

    Why Do I Have A Headache? Causes, Types, And Remedies

    Headaches are a common health problem that most people experience at some time. Factors that lead to headaches may be: emotional, such as stress, depression, or anxiety, medical, such as migraine or high blood pressure, physical, such as an injury, environmental, such as the weather. Frequent or severe headaches can affect a person’s quality of life. Knowing how to recognize the type of headache and its cause can help a person take appropriate action.

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  • Pain Management: Cancer Pain

    Pain Management: Cancer Pain

    Well, over a million Americans are diagnosed with cancer each year and have to face the challenges of this frightening disease. This highly respected team of interventional pain physicians offers the most advanced options in pain management for patients. What Causes Cancer-Related Pain? Cancer-related pain can be the result of the cancer itself or a side effect of the treatment you’re receiving. As cancer grows and destroys healthy tissue, you may feel pain. Or, if you have a tumor that presses on a nerve or your bones and organs, it can be very painful.

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  • How To Explain Central Sensitization To Patients

    How To Explain Central Sensitization To Patients

    Understanding the science of chronic pain is pivotal to a patient’s recovery. Many pain patients won’t yet have been given the information they need about their chronic pain, so it becomes even more vital to educate them. The concept of central sensitization can be a tricky one to explain, but once a patient has this knowledge, they can take great strides forward in their recovery.

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