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Acute Pain Management

Defined as the physiologic response and experience to noxious stimuli that can become pathologic, acute pain is normally sudden in onset, time limited, and motivates behaviors to avoid actual or potential tissue injuries. Acute and Chronic Pain Acute Pain Acute pain, unlike chronic pain, is self-limited discomfort that typically lasts from a few moments to several weeks but less than...

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Interventional Pain Management – A Practical Guide

Table Of Contents What is interventional pain management?What is interventional treatment?What are the different interventional pain management techniques?What is the difference between pain management and pain medicine?Differentiating between interventional pain management and pain medicine:What are the benefits of using an interventional...

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What You Need to Know Before Your First Pain Management Appointment

If you’re getting ready to schedule your first pain management clinic appointment, you’re probably a little bit nervous. The good news is that there are countless other people who are going through the same feelings. And with a little bit of preparation, your first appointment will be a breeze. Here’s what you need to know. You May Work with a Team of Doctors Everyone’s...

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Pain Resource Management

This article puts you in touch with various pain resource management experts. Our treatment for chronic pain aims to reduce pain, restore functionality, and increase mobility. Table Of Contents Pain Resource Management for Chronic PainChronic Overlapping Pain Conditions (COPC)Pain Resource Management for Chronic Pain PatientsPain...

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Lower Back Pain that Radiates to Front Pelvic Area

Pelvic pain experienced around the hip and pelvis sometimes has nothing to do with problems in the pelvic area. Problems in the lower back can result in back pain and/or pain through the hips and down into the legs. This is known as sciatica. This article walks you through the various diseases and conditions that can cause pain in the pelvic region. Table...

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