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5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Pain Management Appointment

When you connect with a team of professionals that can help you manage your chronic pain, it can feel like you’ve been given your life back. To make sure you maximize your investment in time, money, and energy, it’s a good idea to be well-prepared for your pain management appointments. Keep reading to learn what…

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Exercises for Pain Relief

Movement is medicine! That might sound hard to believe if you have chronic pain, since sometimes even getting out of bed in the morning can be a challenge. But the truth is, exercise is well-supported by scientific research as an effective way to relieve pain and improve overall health. Of course, when it comes to…

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PRP Therapy: Regenerative Medicine

Platelets that are formed in your bone marrow and float throughout your bloodstream help heal damaged tissue. Sometimes, though, these platelets need some guidance on where to go. With platelet-rich plasma (PRP) regenerative medicine therapy, we can extract platelets from a small blood sample and inject them into an area to stimulate healing. Most often,…

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The Problem With Pain Ratings

Managing your pain isn’t as simple as knowing how “intense” your pain is. Certainly understanding pain intensity matters – but it’s also important to understand how your pain affects your mobility, your mental health, your job, and your family. That’s why pain management specialists do a lot more than just ask you to rate your…

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Alternatives to Repeat Back Surgery

Nobody goes into back surgery expecting to feel the same if not worse than they did before the procedure. But sometimes that’s exactly what happens, and it’s called failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS). About 20 to 40 percent of back surgeries result in FBSS, and the risk of FBSS increases in people who undergo revision…

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Women and Pain: How Gender Bias May Impact Treatment

You know your body better than anyone. But if you’re a woman experiencing acute or chronic pain, it wouldn’t be unheard of to meet a healthcare provider who seems to think that your pain is just “all in your head.” Research suggests that doctors often dismiss women’s complaints of pain. This can lead to delayed…

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