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  • 3 Ways to Treat Pain Without Surgery

    3 Ways to Treat Pain Without Surgery

    When you desperately need pain relief and you don’t want surgery, interventional medicine specialists can help. Interventional medicine is a field that specializes in relieving your pain by directly treating its source: the nerves sending the pain signals. Interventional procedures are primarily considered after conventional medical treatments fail to provide pain relief and before you resort to surgical intervention. These three nonsurgical treatments are only a few of the many pain-relieving options.

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  • Avoiding Opioid Based Pain Killers

    Avoiding Opioid Based Pain Killers

    Pain Management Alternatives - Millions of Americans suffer from chronic pain every day. Sports injuries, chronic neck, joint, or headache pain, and even recovering from surgery are all reasons why some people deal with pain. Pain medication prescriptions are written daily by doctors, but what if there was a way to manage pain without the worry of addiction or possible side effects? Today there are several alternative options to get away from powerful pain medications or opioid-based painkillers.

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  • The Pain Triangle – What It Means For Pain Sufferers?

    The Pain Triangle – What It Means For Pain Sufferers?

    With so many different theories and models on chronic pain, it can be confusing to fully understand how it works – especially for those who suffer from it. But one such model, known as ‘the pain triangle’, is a simplistic way to view chronic pain, providing patients with a lot of knowledge and potential recovery options.

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  • Spinal Cord Stimulation May Be the Answer to Dealing With Chronic Back Pain

    Spinal Cord Stimulation May Be the Answer to Dealing With Chronic Back Pain

    Chronic back pain is one of the most common complaints among adults, in part, because the back and spinal column are complex structures. There is a lot that can go wrong there. Often, back pain gets better with self-management. Things like icing and rest cure many problems temporarily. When that isn’t enough, look for an alternative that might include spinal cord stimulation.

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  • Are Seniors Good Candidates For Physical Therapy?

    Are Seniors Good Candidates For Physical Therapy?

    When most people think about effective treatment for arthritis, Parkinson’s, or even cancer, they think of surgery and prescription medications. But what if physical therapy is the answer? In the last few years, physical therapy has become vital to the treatment and rehabilitation of anyone who is either ill or injured. And especially for older adults and seniors, physical therapy works both as a tool to recover from an injury and prevent several physical ailments.

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  • The Psychology of Pain: Why Chronic Pain Is More Than Just Physical?

    The Psychology of Pain: Why Chronic Pain Is More Than Just Physical?

    Chronic pain does more than just cause physical problems. The underlying effects it can have on the psychology of sufferers can be hugely detrimental to their health and wellbeing. Let’s explore the psychology of pain and the importance of understanding it. When people hear the term ‘chronic pain’, they tend to directly relate it to purely physical problems, whether it’s back pain, arthritis, or any other number of issues that are experienced frequently, by people all over the world.

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  • How PRP Injections Can Speed Your Surgical Recovery

    How PRP Injections Can Speed Your Surgical Recovery

    If you’re grappling with an injury or musculoskeletal condition that requires surgery, the good news is that you’re on the road to better, pain-free function. The potential bad news is that this road to recovery may get slightly worse before it gets better as your body heals from both the original damage and the repair.

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  • Isolation and Chronic Pain: How to Beat The Downward Spiral?

    Isolation and Chronic Pain: How to Beat The Downward Spiral?

    Social isolation is common in people with chronic pain. For most people, day-to-day life involves interacting with others, both throughout the day at work or at the home, as well as in social settings such as meeting up with loved ones. Social interaction is an important part of our lives, but when chronic pain makes an appearance, things can drastically change.

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  • Why Physical Therapy Matters For Pain Management

    Why Physical Therapy Matters For Pain Management

    In 2015, the medical researchers at the University of Pittsburgh carried out a unique experiment to evaluate the efficiency of physical therapy for pain management. They split a group of patients suffering from a spinal injury: half received physical therapy treatment, and the other half underwent surgery, as suggested by their doctors).

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  • The Male Stigma In Chronic Pain

    The Male Stigma In Chronic Pain

    Men face a great deal of stigma in relation to chronic pain. Let’s take a look at why and what can be done about this. Often symptoms that cannot be seen visually or confirmed by a test, can be discredited by those around us and even medical professionals. The stigma around chronic pain is high; we are too often brushed off, our symptoms not taken seriously, or viewed as though the pain is just in our head.

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