If you deal with chronic headaches or migraines, you have likely learned that some headaches can be triggered by environmental, food or activity factors. Here we have listed some of the most common triggers for headaches that you should try to avoid if you are looking to reduce the frequency of your headaches. 1. Weather. […]
Sitting at a desk all day can do major damage to your entire body. That’s why it’s important to keep moving and stretching throughout your day at the office. This seems easy enough. But did you know that it can be so easy, you won’t even have to leave your office to do it? Here […]
Prolotherapy is one of numerous nonsurgical treatments for tissue repair and pain management that is administered at Nonsurgical Orthopaedics, PC. The full name for this treatment is “proliferation therapy”, and is considered regenerative healing because it causes your body to ultimately heal itself naturally. It is often called regenerative injection therapy. Musculoskeletal pain is often […]
Inflammation is a known case for pain all over the body, which makes it no surprise that it can be a source of back pain. A diet consisting of foods that fight inflammation is ideal for anyone suffering with chronic pain. Here are some great tips on foods, supplements and drinks to help you fight […]
Treatment for chronic pain is often not cut-and-dry. Sometimes the reasons for the pain are unknown and it may take many different types of treatments for you to finally get some relief. Chronic pain is said affect roughly 100 million adults in the United States and to cost $560 to $635 billion annually.
Looking for a new way to control your arthritis pain? Tai chi may hold promising results through it’s gentle movements for those who are suffering with the daily pain of arthritis. Tai chi is well known as an alternative therapy for anyone who is suffering with chronic ailments.
Around the world there are back surgeries being done on patients who are suffering from chronic pain. Although in some instances surgery is the right answer, in most cases a patient is able to control their pain without surgery. Remember that any surgery comes with an increased risk of complications, and the more complex and […]
The International Association for the Study of Pain defines it as an “unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage.” This is obviously vague and completely insufficient, especially considering the tremendous variations of pain that can be experienced. And indeed, a fundamental problem with measuring […]
There’s no doubt about it: Pain stinks. We all hate it and a lot of us go to great lengths to try and get rid of the pain. And yet, it’s a constant part of human experience. But why do people feel physical pain and does everyone feel pain the same way? As much as […]