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Traveling with Chronic Pain

Traveling with Chronic Pain

Chronic pain can cause interruptions and frustrations in everyday life. Pain, discomfort, limited mobility, fatigue, all of this comes with chronic pain. Trying to add travel into the mix can cause some apprehension and even anxiety for some people. Although chronic...
Using TENS for Pain Management

Using TENS for Pain Management

In the United States, it’s estimated that between 50 million and 100 million people experience chronic pain.  About two in five sufferers’ quality of life is significantly impacted due to their decreased ability to work, perform normal personal care...
Central Sensitization

Central Sensitization

What Is Central Sensitization?  Central sensitization, in short, is a hypersensitivity to stimuli from things that are not typically painful. The first evidence of this type of hypersensitivity dates back to 1933. Living with any type of pain, acute or chronic,...
How to Reduce Neck Pain at Home

How to Reduce Neck Pain at Home

Neck pain can get the best of anyone. With so many of us working from laptops and off of smartphones, neck pain is not uncommon to many people. The position of looking down at a computer or phone for an extended period of time causes the muscles surrounding the neck...
The Physiology of Chronic Pain

The Physiology of Chronic Pain

It is estimated that chronic pain is one of the most common reasons adults are seeking medical care. Approximately 50 million adults in America are suffering from chronic pain in the United States. 19.6 million adults are experiencing high-impact chronic pain that is...