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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • How Your Weight Affects Your Sciatica Pain

    How Your Weight Affects Your Sciatica Pain

    While life may be full of coincidences, we don’t believe that the general weight problem and the high incidence of sciatica pain is one of them. To be sure, weight isn’t the only risk factor when it comes to this type of back pain, but it can certainly play a role. We help our clients find solutions for both acute and chronic pain, helping them lead active lives. And when it comes to lower back pain, sciatica is one of the more common complaints we treat. In an effort to promote preventive care, we want to partner with our patients through education, giving them the tools, they need to avoid back pain in the first place.

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