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  • Weight Training Effectively Relieves Back Pain

    Weight Training Effectively Relieves Back Pain

    When you're experiencing back pain, your impulse may be to keep your back immobile, so you don't trigger further pain. This idea seems like it would be especially true for adding resistance to your workout in the form of weight machines, free weights, or resistance bands. Studies have shown that weight training may be safe and can in fact help relieve pain when done correctly and for the right conditions. Read on to see how you may safely participate in strength training to help your back.

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  • Pain Management: Neuropathic Pain

    Pain Management: Neuropathic Pain

    Burning, Tingling, Shock Sensations, and Pain Caused by Injury or a Disease of the Nervous System - If you experience numbness, burning, tingling, or if a light touch causes discomfort, you may have neuropathic pain. Neuropathic pain is a complex condition linked to many common illnesses including diabetes, stroke, neck and back pain. Although many people are not aware that they have neuropathic pain, it is common, affecting 7–10% of the general population.

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  • Treatment of Common Headaches

    Treatment of Common Headaches

    Headaches come in many different forms, from chronic migraines to a dull head after a late night out with friends. Of the dozens of different types of primary headaches, a few accounts for the majority of cases, and these are the ones that lead to missed workdays, never mind the missed time with family and friends. In fact, someone goes to the emergency room every 10 seconds in the United States complaining of head pain. Here’s a look at the more common headaches and how we can help you find relief from your head pain.

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  • Back Pain Tips for Airplane Rides

    Back Pain Tips for Airplane Rides

    Flying can cause flare-ups and worsen chronic back pain for many people. Here are 9 key steps to take before and during your flight to better manage your back pain. 1 Strategically Schedule Your Flight. When you book your flight, think about the type of schedule that will be the least stressful. Consider taking a flight when there will be fewer people on board. Try to limit the downtime between in-flight connections or layovers, if applicable. Don't schedule a flight that will require you to wake up extremely early.

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  • Pain Management: Myofascial Pain Syndrome

    Pain Management: Myofascial Pain Syndrome

    Treatment For Chronic Pain in Soft Tissue - Myofascial pain syndrome (MPS) is a condition that occurs in the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and other soft body tissues. It is usually caused by injury or trauma to these areas. Muscles and ligaments are covered with a thin layer of tissue called the fascia. Tightening or contracting of this tissue can result in “knotting” or “banding” of the muscle. The area where the injury occurs is referred to as a “trigger point”.

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  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

    Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

    Complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) is an uncommon disorder that affects about 200,000 people each year in the United States. Unfortunately, CRPS can often be misdiagnosed, which means many people aren’t getting the treatment they need. The pain management specialists understand the frustration that comes with conditions like complex regional pain syndrome, and we’re here to help. One of the key steps in managing CRPS is to gain a better understanding of the chronic disorder, which is why we've pulled together the following primer on CRPS.

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  • What You Need to Know About Neck Arthritis

    What You Need to Know About Neck Arthritis

    When neck arthritis strikes, it can cause painful joint inflammation and stiffness. There are various types of neck arthritis, such as the following:
    Cervical osteoarthritis involves the breakdown of the cartilage within the neck’s joints, which may occur due to wear and tear over time or maybe accelerated by an injury. Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease that can cause damage to joints. When rheumatoid arthritis occurs in the cervical spine, it is most likely to occur in the upper neck or base of the skull.

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  • Pain Management: Migraine Headaches

    Pain Management: Migraine Headaches

    A Type of Chronic, Intense Headache That Happens regularly - Migraine headaches are a chronic neurological condition characterized by recurrent, severe headaches, and often associated with autonomic nervous system symptoms.
    Migraine Headaches Facts & Information - The classic migraine headache generally affects one side of the head, lasts anywhere from a few hours to two or three days, and may be associated with other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, light, sound, or smell sensitivity (see list of all symptoms below.)

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  • Relieving Joint Pain with Injection Therapy

    Relieving Joint Pain with Injection Therapy

    Joint pain in the form of arthritis affects more than 54 million people in the United States, and there’s no end in sight to the problem. Experts predict that this number will rise to 78 million by 2040. While there may be no cure for arthritis (yet), there are many ways we can restore pain-free movement to your joints through injection therapy. The pain medicine consultants understand the effect that joint pain can have on your life, and our goal is to get you back to doing the things you love without pain.

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  • 2 Ways a Rolled Towel Can Reduce Neck Pain

    2 Ways a Rolled Towel Can Reduce Neck Pain

    Have you found that the way you sleep or sit can sometimes cause or worsen your neck pain? A simply rolled towel can help support your cervical spine and reduce neck pain. Here’s how. Find a small, hand-sized bath towel and fold it length-wise in half. Roll it up firmly so it has a diameter of 3 to 5 inches, and use rubber bands or duct tape to hold it tightly together. Now you can use it in a couple of different ways.

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