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Pain Management | Stem Cell, PRP, Acupuncture in Queens & Long Island, New York

  • Do I Have Chronic Pain?

    Do I Have Chronic Pain?

    Just about everyone feels pain from time to time. When you cut your finger or pull a muscle, pain is your body's way of telling you something is wrong. Once the injury heals, you stop hurting. Chronic pain is different. Your body keeps hurting for weeks, months, or even years after the injury. Doctors often define chronic pain as any pain that lasts for 3 to 6 months or more.

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  • Pain Management: Neck and Shoulder Pain

    Pain Management: Neck and Shoulder Pain

    Neck and shoulder pain can be classified in many different ways. Some people experience only neck pain or only shoulder pain, while others experience pain in both areas.

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  • Brace Yourself: Do You Need To?

    Brace Yourself: Do You Need To?

    Whether you’re strolling the aisles of your local drugstore or clicking around online, it’s easy to find braces meant to support your neck, back, ankle, wrist, and other joints. Should you try them? It depends. In most cases, it’s best to see your doctor first. If you use them wrong, or they don't fit the way they should, braces may do more harm than good.

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  • What Is Spinal Stenosis?

    What Is Spinal Stenosis?

    It's when the spaces between the bones that make up your spinal cord (called your vertebrae) get narrow. This can put pressure on those bones and on the nerves that run from your spine to your arms and legs. It happens most often in your lower back or neck.

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  • When It Hurts to Be Touched

    When It Hurts to Be Touched

    Our sense of touch is a fundamental part of the human experience. Being touched by others a powerful tool of communication, whether it is through a handshake, a hug, or a pat on the back, and it can also boost a sense of general well being.

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  • How to Protect Your Spine in Warm Weather

    How to Protect Your Spine in Warm Weather

    When the weather warms up in the spring and summer, it’s natural to spend more time being active outside and enjoying nature. Along with all of the benefits of sunshine, fresh air and exercise, warm weather also brings more opportunities to tweak or injure the spine. Here are some tips to take care of your neck and back while resuming your outdoor adventures.

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  • 10 Conditions That Can Be Treated with Regenerative Medicine

    10 Conditions That Can Be Treated with Regenerative Medicine

    Regenerative medicine involves using your own body’s tissue to help heal disease and injury. Before we list some conditions that can be treated by regenerative medicine, it may be helpful to know a little bit more about each treatment we offer.

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  • What Is Better For Back Pain, Stem Cell or Surgery?

    What Is Better For Back Pain, Stem Cell or Surgery?

    In America, at least 80% of the population will experience low back pain at some point in their life. Back pain is the leading complaint heard at doctors’ offices and is the number one cause of disability and missed worked days. Typically, treatment and management of back pain begin with conservative methods, such as rest, pain medication or physical therapy/physiotherapy. Although these types of conservative care help relieve pain, many cases of chronic back pain ultimately lead to invasive surgery.

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  • How to Avoid Pain Flares During the Holidays

    How to Avoid Pain Flares During the Holidays

    The holiday season can be a challenging time for pain management. For many, the transition to colder and more blustery weather means extra aches and pains. Beyond just the winter weather, the holidays can also be a time of added stress, excessive travel, poor eating (and drinking) habits, and too little sleep. All of this can lead to inopportune pain flare-ups that put a big “bah humbug” into your season’s festivities.

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  • Mistakes That Can Make Your Pain Worse

    Mistakes That Can Make Your Pain Worse

    What if I told you that, besides being generally unpleasant (to put it mildly), pain can also be deceiving and misleading? Yes! Pain can play tricks with our heads and fill us with thoughts that can be harmful and hold us back from getting better.

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