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  • Chronic Pain: Musculoskeletal & Neuropathic Pain

    Chronic Pain: Musculoskeletal & Neuropathic Pain

    Find out how a variety of chronic pain conditions feel from a first-person perspective, along with coping tips and messages of hope! The experience of living with chronic pain can be extremely difficult. There is a wide range of chronic pain diagnoses, which have their own set of symptoms and accompanying challenges. We’re all individuals, so even within one type of chronic pain, each person will have different experiences and differ in the way the pain affects their day-to-day lives.

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  • Pain Management: Spinal Cord Stimulation

    Pain Management: Spinal Cord Stimulation

    If you’ve been suffering from chronic back or neck pain that doesn’t respond well to other pain-relieving methods, spinal cord stimulation may be the solution. The board-certified physicians help patients get adequate relief from pain with the use of spinal cord stimulation. What is Spinal Cord Stimulation? Spinal cord stimulation is a treatment where electrical impulses stimulate the nerves in your spinal cord. This process interferes with the pain signal path to your brain.

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  • How Physicians Frame Low Back Pain Affects Treatment Efficacy

    How Physicians Frame Low Back Pain Affects Treatment Efficacy

    Low back pain is simultaneously one of the most common and vexing pain conditions physicians treat. According to the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), low back pain (LBP) is the leading cause of years lived with disability and is a major public health concern worldwide. Physicians who change how they frame the condition, specifically, not as an injury, may reduce healthcare expenditures as well as improve patient outcomes, based on a recent study.

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  • How To Get Started To Train Your Brain Away From Chronic Pain

    How To Get Started To Train Your Brain Away From Chronic Pain

    How To Get Started - You might be thinking that this all makes sense, but be lost as to where to get started! It can feel a bit overwhelming, but don’t worry you don’t have to do this alone. Let’s go over how you can get started on your journey. Educate yourself about pain science - You’re already getting involved in the first step! It’s important to educate yourself about the science behind pain to understand how retraining your brain works. When you first hear about the concept, it can sound a bit ‘out there’ or ‘too good to be true’, but once you understand the science, it all makes so much sense!

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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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