Get the Facts About Back Pain

2016-05-27T10:40:59+00:00 May 27th, 2016|Back Pain|

Back problems and back pain are different for everyone. This is because back pain can be difficult to diagnose. As a consequence, there are many diverse ways of looking at the treatment options and their risks and benefits. There are many misconceptions out there when you go looking for back pain relief. So, how do [...]

Coping with Chronic Knee Pain

2018-01-23T12:15:49+00:00 May 13th, 2016|Pain Management|

Knee pain is a very common musculoskeletal condition. It's the number one reason people seek out pain relief. Chronic knee pain can be long term, with swelling and sensitivity in one or both knees. Each person's experience with knee pain will be different, so what someone else is going through may be quite different than [...]

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome and Depression

2018-01-23T12:15:49+00:00 April 15th, 2016|Pain Management|

No one likes having to deal with pain. In a world where just about everything can be solved or has an endpoint, pain which goes on and on is certainly not welcome. Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is not good for your mental health and overall state of being. In fact, it can make things decidedly [...]

Back Pain or Pulled Muscle?

2016-04-08T10:35:02+00:00 April 8th, 2016|Back Pain|

Back pain is something most people will experience at one time or another. There are many reasons for back pain, some of which are: • herniated or bulging discs • arthritis or osteoarthritis • sciatica • obesity • degenerative disc disease • improper posture • muscle strain If you wake up one morning and feel [...]

The Worst Suggestions For Pain Relief

2016-03-04T11:52:58+00:00 March 4th, 2016|Health & Wellness|

Sometimes, pain just feels like it's too much to bear. You need instant relief. When that fails to materialize, you might find yourself turning to remedies that are quick fixes and may even be dangerous to your health. Pain can range from slight to disabling, and it can last for a day, a month, or [...]

Resources to help you manage Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

2018-01-25T11:18:27+00:00 February 19th, 2016|Pain Management|

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is manageable. Due to advances in medicine and physical therapy, new treatments can be very effective in helping you to keep pain in its place. There are many ways you can suffer with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome: back injuries, car accidents, sports injuries, or health conditions such as diabetes, shingles, arthritis [...]

What Causes Joint Pain?

2018-01-25T11:22:37+00:00 December 18th, 2015|Pain Management|

Joints form the connections between your bones. They help you to move and offer support. When you suffer damage to joints it can interfere with how you move and get around. There is usually great pain as well. Joint pain is very common. Usually, everyone has a story to tell about their own joint pain [...]

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Relief: New Treatments

2018-01-23T12:15:49+00:00 October 9th, 2015|Pain Management|

Not so very long ago if you went to your doctor complaining about Complex Regional Pain Syndrome you were summarily dismissed as it being all in your head. Some doctors are steadfastly determined to find out what's behind Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, and therefore it's no longer looked on as just a ploy for attention, [...]

Traveling Tips For Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Illnesses

2018-01-23T11:52:55+00:00 June 10th, 2015|Health & Wellness, Pain Management|

Are you planning a trip? Here is advice on how to prepare and conduct travel so that you can limit neck and back pain on your journey. · Preparing for travel with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome · While on your trip · Living pain-free Traveling can be stressful and physically taxing for anyone, but that’s especially the case for those suffering with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. You will probably have to stand in line at various points. Whether you drive or fly, sitting for an extended period intensifies the pressure on your lumbar spine. You aren’t able to control your environment, without access to assistive devices and medical appointments.