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Chronic Pain Syndrome And Chronic Pain Management And Treatment – Part II

ArthritisThis is not only true for chronic soft tissue type pain but also is reported in conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis (20). Examples of chronic nociceptive pain include pain from cancer or arthritis. This phenomenon, allodynia, is common in chronic degenerative arthritis, low back pain, and severe irritable bowel syndrome and interstitial cystitis. Common types of chronic pain include back pain, headaches, arthritis, cancer pain, and neuropathic pain, which ...This workshop is somewhat focused on arthritis, but is general...

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Help For That Pain in Your Butt – Acupuncture For Piriformis Syndrome

It happened to me about three days into a week long kayaking trip in the middle of nowhere. I woke up one morning and tried to walk down the beach to wash my face, but my leg, or more accurately, my butt wouldn't cooperate. I could walk, but just barely, because a nagging pain on the right side of my low back and butt was causing my leg to give out.It wasn't until a week or two later that I learned...

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Treating Myofascial Pain Syndrome With Ultrasound and TENS Combination Therapy

Myofascial pain syndrome is a disorder in trigger points in the muscles can cause pain, even in unrelated areas of the body. The cause of myofascial pain syndrome can be from overuse or repeated injury. When experiencing myofascial pain syndrome, patients may experience chronic pain or a tender muscle knot (trigger point).Treatment of myofascial pain syndrome includes physical therapy, oral pain medication, local injections and relaxation techniques to reduce stress-induced flare-ups. The trigger points associated with Myofascial pain are...

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Will Whole Body CryoTherapy Help With Chronic Pain Syndrome?

We've often heard the banter amongst athletes and those with alpha male syndrome as they shout "No Pain, No Gain" as a 'rite of passage' to manhood. We all know it's mostly bravado, but we also know there is a little truth to it, in that to build muscle you must first tear it down so it can repair itself and grow stronger. But, what if the pain never went away? What if the pain lasted 3-months or more?...

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Restless Leg Syndrome Medication Therapy

Restless leg syndrome medication therapy is quickly becoming one of the most common forms of treatment for this neurological based health condition. Prior to providing a patient with prescription drugs for RLS medical professionals will typically perform diagnostic testing in order to determine if an underlying condition is causing the symptoms to occur. If an individual is found to suffer from anemia or low iron levels, for example, the deficiency will be treated before...

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