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  • Pain Management: Fibromyalgia

    Pain Management: Fibromyalgia

    A chronic disorder characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and tenderness in localized areas - Fibromyalgia is pain that is felt in the muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints throughout the entire body. Researchers think it may be the result of overactive pain receptors in the brain. Genetics may play a role in developing the condition since fibromyalgia has been known to run in families. It also affects more women than men.

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  • Arthritis Treatments That Help Manage Your Pain

    Arthritis Treatments That Help Manage Your Pain

    Arthritis affects a large percentage of the population in the United States, with numbers that range between 54 and 78 million. And of the 100 million people in the United States who struggle with chronic pain, no small percentage is due to the many different forms of joint disease. Since there’s no cure for arthritis, this leaves the medical world to find ways to better manage the disease, which includes pain relief.

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  • 4 Reasons You May Have a Stiff Back

    4 Reasons You May Have a Stiff Back

    There are many underlying causes of a stiff back and knowing the shortlist of possible causes of your back stiffness will help you have a more productive discussion with your doctor. Here are 4 common underlying causes of back stiffness with or without pain:
    1. Tight Muscles in Your Thighs and Hips - Tightness in certain groups of muscles in your thighs and/or hips may alter the biomechanics of your spine. Common examples are : Tight Hamstrings, Tight Hip Flexors.

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  • Pain Management: Facet Syndrome

    Pain Management: Facet Syndrome

    We Can Treat Your Back Pain Without Surgery - Facet syndrome is a spinal condition that causes persistent pain in the back or neck. It is usually caused by normal wear and tears on the spine, with symptoms usually presenting themselves after age 50. Younger people who suffer from facet syndrome most likely suffered a spinal injury. Each vertebra in the spine has a coating of cartilage that allows it to glide past other bones without any issues. Cartilage wears down over time, making the friction between bones more intense. This can result in bone spurs, pain, and arthritis.

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  • Ketamine Can Help with Fibromyalgia Pain

    Ketamine Can Help with Fibromyalgia Pain

    If you’re struggling with fibromyalgia, you’re no stranger to pain, which can hijack your life in countless ways. And finding relief for this musculoskeletal pain is frustrating since the origin of the pain appears to stem from a problem in the way the neurotransmitters in your brain function. To tackle the pain where it starts your brain many pain management specialists are turning to ketamine infusion therapy. If you’re living with fibromyalgia, here’s a look at how ketamine can help.

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  • Is Poor Posture Causing Your Back Pain?

    Is Poor Posture Causing Your Back Pain?

    Unsupported postures cause the loads on your spine to disperse incorrectly, weakening the tissues in your lower back. As a result, the intricate network of muscles, discs, and joints in your back tend to be pushed beyond their tolerable limit, causing pain. Likewise, a sudden injury from lifting a heavy object incorrectly can cause immediate back pain and dysfunction. Here are the most common back postures that lead to pain and actions you can take to correct them.

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  • Pain Management: Discogenic Back Pain

    Pain Management: Discogenic Back Pain

    Back Pain Specialists Are Ready to Help - The discs in our spine help keep the vertebrae steady and absorb shock. Over time, these discs wear down, which can cause persistent pain in the back or neck. This typically occurs between the ages of 30 and 60. If you are suffering from back pain, you’re likely having trouble living your day-to-day life without interruption. Thankfully, solutions are available. Disc-related back pain is a very common problem and it can often be treated without surgery.

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  • Is Back Pain Normal as You Age?

    Is Back Pain Normal as You Age?

    With each passing year, it may seem like your list of aches and pains continues to grow with no end in sight. Perhaps that old knee injury rears its ugly head or new problems develop as your joints succumb to years of wear-and-tear. The truth is that aging presents considerable physical challenges, and back pain is one of the chief complaints. While its development may be somewhat normal, we don’t believe that living with back pain should be part of your new normal.

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  • Immediate Treatment for a Back Muscle Strain

    Immediate Treatment for a Back Muscle Strain

    When your back muscle fibers become overstretched or torn called a back muscle strain your body’s natural response is to initiate an inflammatory cascade that causes swelling and may be accompanied by painful spasms. Quick treatment may help reduce symptoms and speed recovery. Here’s how: Stop What You’re Doing - When your back pain suddenly flares up, discontinue the physical activity that you’re doing. It is important to protect your lower back from further injury. Don’t push through your workout or continue to do chores around the house. Overusing a strained back muscle may worsen the damage and delay the recovery.

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  • Pain Management: Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD)

    Pain Management: Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD)

    Degenerative Disc Disease (DDD) is the weakening and breakdown of one or more vertebral discs, a structure that sits between the bones in the spine to provide cushioning and allow movement between the spine levels. This condition can develop as a natural part of the aging process, but it may also result from injury. Even though “disease” is in the name, this process is local wear and tear of the spine and is not a part of a systemic illness. DDD most often occurs in the low back, or lumbar spine, but can affect the neck and mid-back as well.

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