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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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  • Pain Management: Lumbar Radiculopathy

    Pain Management: Lumbar Radiculopathy

    A Low Back Problem Where Irritation of A Spinal Nerve Creates Low Backaches And Leg Pain, Numbness, Or Weakness
    Facts and Information About Lumbar Radiculopathy - Lumbosacral radiculopathy is a term that describes an irritated spinal nerve in the low back area. Spinal nerves are large nerves that leave the spine to reach the rest of the body, where they control body movements and a person’s ability to feel pain. The low back, also known as the lumbar spine, is an area that is likely to suffer injuries and wear and tear. Damage in the lumbar spine may create pressure on a spinal nerve, “pinching” it or create inflammation that causes the nerve to swell.

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  • How Infusion Therapy Can Help Relieve Your Chronic Pain

    How Infusion Therapy Can Help Relieve Your Chronic Pain

    The incidence of chronic pain in the United States is nothing short of staggering — 20% of adults report chronic pain and 8% report high-impact chronic pain, which means their lives are affected in serious ways. If you find yourself in these unfortunate groups, you’ve likely looked far and wide for a solution that brings long-term and meaningful relief. If you haven’t explored infusion therapy yet, this may be the one solution that answers your call. The interventional pain management specialists understand the effects that ongoing pain can have on the lives of our patients, which is why we offer a wide array of solutions.

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  • 10 Best Ergonomic Laptop Setup Tips

    10 Best Ergonomic Laptop Setup Tips

    How you set up and use your laptop can affect the amount of stress placed on your neck and back. Here are 10 ideas for keeping your spine pain-free while being productive on a laptop. 1 Take the Laptop Off Your Lap - Even though it’s called a laptop, you may not want to use it on top of your lap. This position often requires you to slouch down and jut your head forward to see the screen, loading your cervical spine with dozens of extra pounds of pressure. If you do need to work without a desk while on a train, for example, try propping the laptop on your computer bag or briefcase to elevate the screen.

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  • Pain Management: Knee Arthritis

    Pain Management: Knee Arthritis

    Are You Suffering from Chronic Knee Pain? Arthritis is a common condition that many people experience as they get older. The knees undergo a lot of strain and pressure on a day-to-day basis, making them very susceptible to this disease. At this time, there is no cure for arthritis, but that does not mean you have to live with the pain. There are many treatments available that can help you manage the pain and resume an active lifestyle.

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  • How You Can Benefit from Trigger Point Injections

    How You Can Benefit from Trigger Point Injections

    Perhaps you spend hours in a chair in front of a computer screen, straining your neck and shoulders, or your lower back develops a muscle spasm. In either case, a very specific area in your muscle or fascia is so tense that it creates a dull ache that radiates outward, placing tension on surrounding tissues. If this sounds like something you struggle with, the good news is that you may be one trigger joint injection away from relief. The pain medicine specialists understand the many conditions that can cause musculoskeletal pain, and muscle tension certainly qualifies. To remedy your pain, we often turn to trigger point injections, which is a technique we use to release the tension right at its source.

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  • Cervical Epidural Steroid Injections for Neck and Arm Pain Relief

    Cervical Epidural Steroid Injections for Neck and Arm Pain Relief

    A dysfunction in your cervical spine can lead to pain that radiates through your shoulder and down your arm. If you have this type of neck and arm pain, a cervical epidural steroid injection may help provide short-term relief. Read on to learn more about this common procedure.
    How A Cervical Epidural Steroid Injection Provides Relief - Cervical epidural steroid injections are intended to treat pain provoked by conditions that cause inflammation to one or more cervical nerve roots. When a nerve root in the neck gets compressed or inflamed as it branches off the spinal cord and exits the spine, radicular pain can travel down the arm and into the hand. Cervical nerve root inflammation that leads to neurological deficits, such as numbness or weakness, is called cervical radiculopathy.

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  • Pain Management: Joint Arthritis

    Pain Management: Joint Arthritis

    Painful Inflammation as Cartilage Wears Out - Joint arthritis can cause pain and ache in a single joint, such as a hip, or multiple joints throughout your body, including the spine, knees, shoulders, hands, feet, and more. Joint Arthritis Facts & Information - Joint arthritis is one of the most common pain conditions. In fact, 50 percent of adults 65 years or older suffer from joint arthritis. As we age, so does the cartilage that lubricates our joints. When this cartilage wears out, it causes painful inflammation in the affected joints. Unfortunately, there isn’t anything to stop this from happening. However, there are treatments available to alleviate the pain.

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  • Signs to Seek Medical Treatment for Knee Pain

    Signs to Seek Medical Treatment for Knee Pain

    Given all that your knees are responsible for in terms of support and mobility, it’s little wonder that knee pain can have such a far-reaching effect on your life. While knee pain isn’t at all uncommon, you need to know the difference between an acute tweak that will resolve itself and an issue that requires a higher standard of care. The pain management specialists have extensive experience helping our patients overcome knee problems of all kinds. Our primary goal is to help you get back to your life quickly and painlessly using the most advanced techniques available.

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