Latest News

    • JANUARY 22, 2019
    • 0
    Alternative Pain Treatment Techniques

    Alternative Pain Treatment Techniques

    We haven’t always had modern medicine, and over the years, people have found a range of ways to manage serious and chronic pain, some more effectively than others. Often the best course of action is to pursue “complementary medicine”, which is an approach that combines alternative therapies, many of which have been known about for

    • JANUARY 14, 2019
    • 0
    Long Term, Chronic Pain Management

    Long Term, Chronic Pain Management

    If you’re unfortunate enough to suffer with chronic pain, the chances that you’ll use just one form of pain management technique is very, very unlikely. The good news is that there are many options available, breakthroughs are being made regularly, and various combinations of treatment options can have positive effects where one component therapy does

    • JANUARY 11, 2019
    • 0
    Physician Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids for Pain Management

    Physician Guidelines for Prescribing Opioids for Pain Management

    Our approach to pain management is both simple and effective. We use a combination of medication and therapies to help our patients live as pain free as possible. In all cases, we seek better results, faster. This means that we carefully assess each patient, and determine what the best treatment options will be for everyone

    • JANUARY 8, 2019
    • 0
    Use Opioids Safely for Pain Management

    Use Opioids Safely for Pain Management

    Effective long-term pain management is tricky. For acute pain, such as that after an injury or surgery, the options are fairly simple and straightforward. A few days of taking painkillers – primarily opioids – is typically more than sufficient to deal with most post-operative pain and typical sports, work-related, and other injuries. But long term,

    • DECEMBER 14, 2018
    • 1
    Sciatica Pain Treatment

    Sciatica Pain Treatment

    If you have ever felt the debilitating pain of chronic back pain, you are not alone. Chronic sciatica pain affects millions of people. Once the chronic sciatica pain sets in, even little things can trigger symptoms. Sitting too long or standing too long can cause low back pain. Restless sleep is widely reported among patients.

WordPress Video Lightbox Plugin