Pain Management

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The chronic pain consists of from prolong situations that are hard to diagnose solve as cancer where the pain continues for a long time. The aim of pain management in chronic pain is to manage it or lower it but no to completely get rid of it which is impossible.In this section we have analyzed the different types of pain and have researched deeply on the procedures and aids to reducing the pain. Most of the methods used to cure pain are; massage, physiotherapy, NSAIDs, narcotics, heat and ice applications, physical and exercise therapy and cognitive therapy. Many people have benefited fro this section for have learnt pain management in their homes thus saving them a lot of money.Displaying 1-10 of 17 result(s).Go to page: << First< Previous12Next >Last >>Podiatrist DoctorsPosted by Kevin Remeiz. Published on Nov 20, 2009 How important is it to be happy with the condition of one, AOS feet? This is, after all, just walk. Most people keep them conveniently hidden and out of sight with the socks and shoes and feet rarely play an important role in the overall appearance. A New Acupuncture Device To Cure Disease And Relieve PainPosted by Harry N Smith. Published on Oct 13, 2009 Acupuncture is part of a centuries old system called Traditional Chinese Medicine, or T.C.M. Used for all types of diseases and also for strengthening the body’s resistance against infections, this ancient treatment had only one disadvantage, namely the needles. Hemorrhoid Miracle – User Review – The End Of Hemorrhoids As We Know ItPosted by Graham Smeter. Published on Sep 27, 2009 Hemorrhoids or Piles, is amongst those ailments which not only puts a person in suffering and pain but also puts the person in to embarrassing situations. The major symptoms of hemorrhoids being pain, bleeding, swelling, inflammation, itching which make it difficult for the sufferer to do routine work and other simple things like sitting and sleeping peacefully. Lately, there has been a boom about Hemorrhoid Miracle which claims a quick remedy to hemorrhoids and so to check its authenticity I tried it. Sciatic Problems And Treatment MethodsPosted by Jason Fletcher. Published on Sep 19, 2009 Sciatic problems can be quite painful. Sciatica is caused when the sciatic nerve which runs from your lower back down the backs of each leg is irritated or compressed. This can occur for a variety of different reasons and cause great pain. Plantar Fasciitis CausesPosted by Ellen Graves. Published on Sep 04, 2009 Heel pain is commonly a result of plantar fasciitis. The term, plantar fasciitis, means that the long ligament on the bottom of the foot (the plantar fascia) is inflamed. Plantar fasciitis causes are varied, however overuse and foot structure are top on the list. Chiropractic Techniques For Your Joint ProblemsPosted by Andrew Stratton. Published on Jun 19, 2009 There are many branches or operating methods within the field of chiropractics. If you have a specific back or joint problem, it is a good idea to learn more about the main techniques used. Understanding More About Pain ManagementPosted by Lawrence Gold. Published on May 02, 2009 Pain management is a problem with which contemporary medicine has been grappling for some time. There is nearly always a trade-off: you may not feel the pain, but you remain dependent upon chiropractic treatments, painkillers or massage, stupefied by muscle relaxants, or toxified by non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDS) — or worse: physically impaired by neuro-surgical interventions and injections of neurotoxins that take away the natural capacities of an intact nervous system. There is an alternative. Shoulder Injury Treatment – 4 Simple Ways To Say Goodbye To The Nagging PainPosted by Ashish K Arora. Published on Apr 06, 2009 Shoulder injuries should not be neglected and treated at the earliest. Not doing so can only aggravate the problem. The shoulder being one of the most frequently used parts of our body; injuries are to be expected from time to time in the region. Fortunately though, there are some very simple and yet effective shoulder injury treatment options available to you these days. Pain In Your Shoulder? Here’s The Ultimate CurePosted by Joe Brent. Published on Mar 22, 2009 There is only one real solution for fixing shoulder pain without expensive and dangerous surgery, and this is it. It worked for me, and it can work for you too. The Mystery Of Fibromyalgia And How Cognitive-behavioral Therapy Can HelpPosted by James Krehbiel. Published on Feb 04, 2009 Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is the medical terminology used to represent a complex clinical disorder of symptoms characterized by soft tissue pain, stiffness, and altered deep pain threshold with psychological fallout. It can mimic or accompany symptoms of joint injury, but it is not an arthritic or neurological condition. The disorder affects between 3 to 6 million people – or as many as one in 50 Americans. Go to page: << First< Previous12Next >Last >> Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.