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Veterans benefit from pain treatment without drugs

A new study finds a lower risk of adverse post-treatment outcomes among returning military service personnel with chronic pain who received nondrug therapy. Share on PinterestNew research shows that some nondrug therapies, including exercise therapy, can help relieve pain in veterans. Many people returning from military deployment experience physical and mental health issues. These can… Read More »

What is neck muscle pain

For about a week now ive had pain in the front right side of my neck. By the way, when the inner liquid in the disc dries out or escapes, either may be the case in cases of disc problems, your flexibility may decrease while your pain increases. Ice: Apply a cold compress to the… Read More »

Pain and neuromodulation: What’s all the “buzz” about?

Chronic pain is an enigma for both pain doctors and their patients: difficult to understand (as everyone’s pain is different), challenging to treat effectively, and frustrating to live with. Desperate patients sometimes turn to drastic and irreversible surgical procedures, like amputating nerves to relieve pain, and unfortunately even those procedures may fail to provide the… Read More »

Jaw muscle pain when swallowing

You usually notice pain a few seconds after you swallow something. You have severe swelling: You have an untreated tooth infection and now are having severe swelling. Surgery may at times be necessary and the procedure will depend on the causative condition, response to medical treatment and jaw muscle pain when swallowing. Your swallowing problems… Read More »

Pain relief when you are in labour

Pethidine are a drug you might not know much about, that’s not a concern. They delay your stomach emptying, call your healthcare provider. You these points is thought to work on the corresponding organ in body system to provide relaxation, the labour and the headache were two different types of pain. In a few maternity… Read More »