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  • Natural Ways to Relieve Back Pain

    Natural Ways to Relieve Back Pain

    There are a wide variety of natural remedies to soothe your back, which can help reduce the intake of medications or provide an added benefit to your existing medical treatment. Take a look at these natural pain-relieving strategies and find out what works best for you:
    Read on to learn more about effective pain-relieving strategies for chronic back pain from natural methods.
    1. Enjoy an Anti-Inflammatory Drink Every Day

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  • Pain Management: Hip Arthritis

    Pain Management: Hip Arthritis

    Avoid Hip Surgery with Non-Surgical Treatment Options - Hip Osteoarthritis, also known as wear-and-tear arthritis, is a condition affecting the natural cushioning, or cartilage, between joints in the hip. There is no cure for arthritis as of yet, but there are many pain relief treatments that can improve your quality of life. Our pain specialists use non-surgical treatments to help patients manage hip arthritis. They can help you discover the best way to find relief and get back to the activities you enjoy most.

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  • Relationship of PRP Therapy and Interventional Pain Management

    Relationship of PRP Therapy and Interventional Pain Management

    When it comes to managing musculoskeletal issues, the mission is twofold. First, you need to address the pain and discomfort to restore your quality of life. Second, you want to heal the damaged tissue so you don’t run into more problems down the road. Fortunately, we have the right combination of treatments that handles both problems: interventional pain management and platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy.

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  • Pain Management: Herniated Disc

    Pain Management: Herniated Disc

    Are You Suffering from a “Slipped” Disc? Herniated discs, also known as ruptured or “slipped” discs, are a common back condition that can sometimes result in back pain. A herniated disc occurs when one of the rubbery pieces of cartilage between the vertebrae ruptures or slips out of place. This can cause pain in the back, leg, arm, or neck. If you are experiencing pain in these areas, expert pain specialists can help. These specialists focus on non-surgical, conservative treatments.

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  • What Is Spinal Cord Stimulation

    What Is Spinal Cord Stimulation

    Waking up each day to debilitating back or neck pain can wreak havoc on your life. And the road to relief through surgery or medications may not appeal to you because both choices carry considerable risks. Or perhaps you’ve already had surgery and the pain persists. Whatever the case, there’s one treatment method that has garnered a good deal of success among patients with hard-to-treat spine pain a spinal cord stimulator. Our highly trained pain management team has one mission to bring relief to patients using the widest range of tools available. If you’ve tried several different approaches to your back and neck pain, but you’re still struggling, it may be time to explore new options, such as the spinal cord stimulator.

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  • How to Improve Your Bone Health

    How to Improve Your Bone Health

    Maintaining strong bones as you age can reduce the risk for osteoporosis and related complications, such as painful vertebral compression fractures in the spine. Try these 11 tips to improve your bone health and protect your body. Participate in Weight-Bearing Exercise Regularly performing weight-bearing activities is a great way to build and maintain bone mass.

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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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  • 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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