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Types of Spinal Injuries

Types of Spinal Injuries

Spinal injuries are common and mostly happen due to tragic falls and accidents. Spinal injuries can occur in any part of the spine, and the symptoms experienced usually depend on the area of the spine affected. This blog post highlights the essential things to know...

Suffering from Chronic Pain? Read This

Suffering from Chronic Pain? Read This

One in five adults in America lives with chronic pain. The impact of this is graver than most people think. It is one thing to experience pain and another to live with it, day in, day out, for an extended period.  It affects every aspect of one’s daily life and...

Chronic Pain and Sleep

Chronic Pain and Sleep

Chronic pain is a severe condition that affects millions of people around the world. It is difficult to get through life with chronic pain, and it can be even more complicated when sleep is impacted. People with chronic pain often experience reduced quality of life...

Tips for Recovering from Back Injury

Tips for Recovering from Back Injury

If you have suffered a back injury or are worried about your back, this blog post is for you. Back injuries are challenging to deal with due to how it impacts everyday living. Being injured can make you feel like you are not doing much to help yourself, but what is...

Yoga for Chronic Pain

Yoga for Chronic Pain

Millions of people live with chronic pain. It can be debilitating and makes everyday life hard. It is not just about the discomfort—it is about the impact on quality of life, anxiety levels, and overall well-being. It can be challenging to get through the day and even...

Migraines: Diagnosis and Management

Migraines: Diagnosis and Management

Migraines are a miserable thing to deal with. Having to live with it means being in a constant state of pain. Migraines are often described as "bad headaches," but they are not so simple to define. Migraines come with different symptoms and triggers, making them...

Managing Facial Pain

Managing Facial Pain

Facial pain is mostly an indication that something is wrong with the teeth, jaws, or face. Patients who complain of facial pain often have pain related to common symptoms such as headaches and toothaches. While the most likely causes of facial pain include tooth decay...

Exercising and Fibromyalgia: What You Should Know

Exercising and Fibromyalgia: What You Should Know

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition characterized by widespread pain and stiffness, as well as other symptoms such as fatigue, sleep disturbances, brain fog, and depression. Even though fibromyalgia isn't caused by a physical injury or cause of inflammation, it is...

Botox Injections for Migraines

Botox Injections for Migraines

Migraines are much more than just headaches that cause intense throbbing or pain. For many, the accompanying nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light or sound can be severely debilitating, leading to missed work. For some patients, first-line oral medications for...

Interventional Pain Management

Interventional Pain Management

  For people who suffer chronic pain, finding long-term or permanent relief from pain is a constant struggle. Even after exploring medical and non-medical therapies, the results on pain outlook are sometimes minimal and not rewarding. In such cases,...

Facet Joint Injections- What to Know and Expect

Facet Joint Injections- What to Know and Expect

Facet joints are small joints on the spine that help with movement and stability. When a person has an injury or goes under prolonged stress on the back, they may start to experience pain in the facet joints. This also happens with arthritis of the spine and natural...

Dealing With Post-Stroke Pain

Dealing With Post-Stroke Pain

For those who have suffered a stroke, the lingering pain and discomfort are serious issues. It is perhaps the most challenging after-effect of this life-threatening situation.  Post-stroke pain is neuropathic pain that happens when the brain has suffered an injury. A...

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