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  • Pain Management: Joint Pain

    Pain Management: Joint Pain

    The causes of joint pain are as numerous as the joints in your body, so it’s imperative to figure out what’s responsible for your joint pain to best relieve the symptoms. What Causes Joint Pain? Injury, illness, and disease may all be underlying causes of your joint pain. Sometimes, a problem with your tendons, ligaments, or bursae that surround the joint can also be contributing factor. Arthritis, an inflammatory, degenerative condition, is another common reason your joints may be aching.

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  • Digital Therapeutic for Sleep Disturbance with Musculoskeletal Pain

    Digital Therapeutic for Sleep Disturbance with Musculoskeletal Pain

    Analysis of a rehabilitation study found that a remote care program to manage upper limb, neck, and back pain significantly improved pain-related sleep impairment. Individuals with musculoskeletal pain and sleep disturbance showed significant improvements on both fronts after a 12-week remote digital pain management program, according to a new study of more than 5,000 individuals.

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  • Train Your Brain Away From Chronic Pain

    Train Your Brain Away From Chronic Pain

    Many chronic pain patients (myself included at the start of my journey) are surprised to learn that ‘chronic’ does not mean that your pain has to last forever. There are ways that you can train your brain away from chronic pain, reduce your symptoms and reclaim your life. Let’s take a look at how this is possible, and how you can get started.

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  • Pain Management: Knee Pain

    Pain Management: Knee Pain

    Aside from being one of the largest joints in your body, your knee is also one of the most complex joints, creating ample opportunity for knee pain. Whether your pain stems from an acute injury or a degenerative problem, the experienced team can help. What Is The Structure Of The Knee? Your knee is comprised of the following: Three bones – your tibia, femur, and patella, Ligaments, Tendons...

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  • Cannabis Users May Use Less Pain Medication

    Cannabis Users May Use Less Pain Medication

    FDA is creating a regulatory pathway for safe cannabidiol products, but more research is needed considering that nearly one-third of people with chronic pain report cannabis use. It is well known that people with chronic pain often use cannabis to help relieve pain and related symptoms. However, data on the extent to which people with chronic pain have replaced medications with cannabis are limited, wrote Mark C. Bicket, MD, Ph.D., of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and colleagues, in a recent review.

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  • What Does Chronic Pain Do To a Person?

    What Does Chronic Pain Do To a Person?

    The experience of living with chronic pain is a complex one. There are so many ways in which chronic pain can affect an individual, from our brains and bodies to our everyday life. However, there are also ways that we can deal with these negative effects and overcome our chronic pain. Even though it sounds impossible, there are even positives that can come from the experience of living with chronic pain!

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  • Pain Management: Kyphoplasty

    Pain Management: Kyphoplasty

    If you’ve been diagnosed with a compression fracture in your spine, kyphoplasty may offer much-needed pain relief and prevent permanent spinal deformity. What is Kyphoplasty? The bone on the outside of your vertebrae is stronger than it is on the inside, which is where most compression fractures occur. When you experience a compression fracture, your backbone typically caves in on itself on the weaker side, which can leave you stooped over and in considerable pain.

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  • Animal Research Provides Insights into the Relationship Between Sleep and Chronic Pain

    Animal Research Provides Insights into the Relationship Between Sleep and Chronic Pain

    Pain memory may be encoded in the brain during sleep much the same way other memories are, opening the door to potential therapeutic targets. Difficulty sleeping can be both a result of chronic pain and a contributor to it. Indeed, poor sleep is a known risk factor for chronic pain, and there is general consensus about this relationship in both the clinical and scientific community, noted Jonathan Elliott, PhD. Dr. Elliott is an assistant professor of neurology at the Oregon Health Sciences University School of Medicine and a research physiologist at the VA Portland Health Care System.

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  • How to Sleep Well Despite Chronic Pain

    How to Sleep Well Despite Chronic Pain

    Sleep is tough for those with chronic pain. This guide takes you through how sleep affects pain, and how to sleep well despite the pain, plus at the end of this post, you can enjoy our free sleep meditations. Sleep is vital for all of us: it gives our minds the chance to process memories and information, as well as giving our bodies time to rest and recuperate. When we are deprived of sleep, it can increase our risk for a range of health issues.

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  • Pain Management: Neck Pain

    Pain Management: Neck Pain

    What is the Anatomy of the Neck? Seven small vertebrae make up your cervical spine in your neck. In between these vertebrae are discs that provide crucial cushioning and freedom of movement. Surrounding these vertebrae are supporting players, such as tendons, ligaments, and muscles that all work together to provide your neck with an incredible range of motion and flexibility.

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