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  • Pain Management Clinics: Why You’ve Been Referred & What to Expect

    Pain Management Clinics: Why You’ve Been Referred & What to Expect

    When you are first referred to a pain management clinic, you may be concerned about what exactly will happen there. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. This guide will take you through all the details, to ease your worries and set you up to make the most of your appointments. What Is a Pain Management Clinic? A pain clinic is a clinic staffed by multiple medical professionals who specialize in diagnosing, treating, and helping patients to manage their pain. You may attend an outpatient or inpatient program.

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  • How to Prevent Sports Injuries

    How to Prevent Sports Injuries

    Sports and recreational activities cause more than 8.6 million injuries every year. You may be surprised to learn that the top two causes in people younger than 24 are general exercise and basketball. They’re followed by football, gymnastics, pedal cycling, and soccer. Over the age of 25, however, injuries are primarily caused by recreational sports, water sports, basketball, and pedal cycling. Recreational sports include everything from racquet sports, golf, and bowling to hiking and fishing.

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  • What You Need To Know About Arthritis

    What You Need To Know About Arthritis

    3 Top Things to Know About Arthritis - Arthritis is a form of joint disorder that can cause pain, swelling, and stiffness in the joints. There are many things you need to know about arthritis in order to manage the condition effectively. Here are three of the most important things to keep in mind: 1. Arthritis Is a Chronic Condition That Cannot Be Cured.

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  • What NOT to Say to Someone With Chronic Pain

    What NOT to Say to Someone With Chronic Pain

    Chronic pain is often invisible and many people simply don’t understand what they can’t see. This misunderstanding and a general lack of education around chronic illness can fuel stigmatizing beliefs. Even those who mean well and want to help, often say things that are actually the opposite of helpful! Let’s take a look at some phrases that you shouldn’t say to someone with chronic pain.

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  • Managing Arthritis: 5 Healthy Lifestyle Changes

    Managing Arthritis: 5 Healthy Lifestyle Changes

    If you’ve had arthritis for a while, you’ve discovered that conventional medications aren’t the answer to relieving your pain. Although many patients find pain relief with the interventional treatments available, the best way to manage your arthritis, in the long run, is with the following five lifestyle changes. Increase Your Activity - Did you know that exercise is considered to be the most effective non-drug treatment for arthritis?

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  • The Connection Between TBIs And Chronic Pain

    The Connection Between TBIs And Chronic Pain

    Traumatic Brain Injuries & Chronic Pain Symptoms - Although most people think of concussions when thinking of traumatic brain injuries, not every case is so mild. In fact, many TBIs can lead to the development of chronic pain issues.

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  • Developing Meaningful Activities and Routines with Chronic Pain

    Developing Meaningful Activities and Routines with Chronic Pain

    To motivate individuals living with chronic pain to participate actively in rehabilitation programs and recovery, it is essential to tailor the focus of interventions towards activities that are meaningful and relevant in their lives. In a research paper discussing the concept of meaningfulness for patients with chronic pain, Liddiard et al. (2019) propose the following definition of meaningfulness: “that which patients themselves select as being of value, and contributes to their personal sense of identity” (839).

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  • Common Triggers For Chronic Pain

    Common Triggers For Chronic Pain

    Common Causes for Chronic Nerve Pain - Pain is a natural response that your body has to let your brain know that there is something wrong. While painful symptoms typically subside after a few days or weeks when it comes to minor injuries, pain can become chronic when they linger for several months.

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  • How Occupational Therapists Support Patients with Chronic Pain

    How Occupational Therapists Support Patients with Chronic Pain

    Occupational Therapists (OTs) are an essential part of the pain management team. This article explores how OTs are well-positioned to support patients living well with chronic pain through a holistic treatment lens. Occupational Therapists (OTs) are registered healthcare providers employing client-centered practice, helping individuals engage in meaningful activities in the areas of self-care, leisure, and productivity.

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  • Is Back Pain Normal as You Age?

    Is Back Pain Normal as You Age?

    You can be fanatical about your diet and exercise and still end up with back pain as you get older. One reason for back pain is that accidents happen. You may get in an auto accident or suffer a sports injury and damage the tissues in your back. But acute injuries aren’t the main reason back pain is normal as you get older. Lower back pain is common because you can’t prevent degenerative changes as you get older.

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