Browsing: Pain Management

How to Relieve Your Pain With Yoga

Who would have thought a few simple poses would alleviate headaches, back pain and other pains that many people suffer through? I was totally blown away when I learned that practicing yoga would get rid of my headaches. Had I known this many years ago, I never would have suffered body-dropping headaches as a teen.

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Knees and Your Health

Your knees can be in pain for a variety of reasons. It can hamper your lifestyle in many ways. Here are some suggestions of why you have knee pain and how to remedy that.

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Chronic Pain – Why Be Optimistic?

The management of chronic pain is one of the most widespread and difficult challenges facing health care professionals. Most sufferers believe there is a physical cause for their problem even though sometimes the cause isn’t found. They tend to regard any psychological or spiritual approach with scepticism. Actually, it is probably true that such practices cannot get rid of pain. However there is evidence that some non-physical interventions can lower the subjective distress associated with the hurting body. When medicine or surgery fail, what then can alleviate the suffering? Why should we believe that psychological or spiritual procedures might help with chronic pain?

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5 Home Remedies To Beat Menstrual Pain

Do you dread your approaching menstrual period? Does it make you irritable, give you cramps, make you weak and uncomfortable? Menstruating women deal with so many problems ranging from cravings to pain and body malaise. While you cannot entirely prevent these from occurring, there are home remedies that will help you tone down the extent of these menstrual problems and help you live through those five days like any other normal day.

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Can Whole Body CryoTherapy Help Me Deal With Chronic Pain?

The opioid crisis in the United States is getting out-of-control, it has reached epidemic proportions and in some parts of the country the problem is so bad that nearly everyone knows someone who has the problem or has died from it. Nearly, everyone has an opinion as to whose fault it is. Many blame the victims or the addicted. Others blame the doctors for prescribing addictive pain killer medicine. Some blame big pharma, and still others blame drug dealers who sell street drugs to those addicted to continue their desire to stay in that state of being.

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Helpful Advice To Help Increase Your Pain Tolerance

If you must deal with pain on a regular or even daily basis, increasing your tolerance to pain should be up there on your priority list. Unfortunately, many people put up with high levels of pain unnecessarily. There are lots of ways that you can manage your pain and help your body and mind to deal with it better.

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Sciatica and Physiotherapy

Sciatica is a pain, tingling, or numbness produced by an irritation of the nerve roots that lead to the sciatic nerve.The sciatic nerve is formed by the nerve roots coming out of the spinal cord into the lower back. It goes down through the buttock, then its branches extend down the back of the leg to the ankle.

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How To Help With Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbows can be notoriously difficult to resolve. Having suffered with this condition as an Osteopath, I have found an approach which can improve and even get rid of this aggravating problem.

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Helping Shoulder Problems With Chiropractic Care

Painful conditions of the shoulder are a common musculoskeletal complaint. Shoulder problems range from a mild ache or sharp pain when performing certain activities or can be an excruciating, ongoing suffering with use of the shoulder or even at rest. This article will discuss the different types of shoulder conditions and possible solutions through chiropractic treatment.

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Total Knee Replacement – Benefits, Risks and Post Operative Care

Total knee replacement surgery answers the debilitating conditions that threaten patients with movement restrictions and pain. Severely degenerated and damaged knees cause pain in the joints and make movement difficult. The condition grows worse progressively.

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Military Personnel and Veterans Can Be Helped With Chiropractic Care

Military personnel and veterans typically perform rigorous physical activity with their service. Although the Department of Defense and the Veterans Administration provide healthcare to members some types of health conditions seem to fall through the cracks. A recent research article details the value chiropractic care can provide for this unique patient population. This article will describe some health challenges that confront those in the Armed Forces and possible solutions.

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How to Deal With Pain In Your Shoulder

In brief, this article is a personal perspective of how I approached my shoulder pain with the benefit of forty years of osteopathic experience. In simple terms it was a question of “Physician heal thy self “.

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