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Radio Frequency Neurotomy

Some people experience pain in their lumbar facet joints. These are the back “joints” of your vertabrae. This type of pain is often caused by conditions such as osteoarthritis, degenerative… READ FULL ARTICLE

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Relapse Prevention

While each patient experiences chronic pain differently, a consistent approach is often the most successful approach to pain management. Pain management treatments and programs are designed to create this consistency,… READ FULL ARTICLE

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Expressive Writing

Writing therapy uses writing and processing the written word as a tool to address emotional trauma. For many years, therapists have asked patients to use logs and journals to help… READ FULL ARTICLE

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Assertiveness Training

Chronic pain also affects the psychological and emotional states of patients, and can affect their confidence, communication, and actions. Assertiveness training helps patients take charge of their pain management. Patients… READ FULL ARTICLE

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Biofeedback/Relaxation Training

Biofeedback allows patients to understand how to control their body’s responses by using electrical sensors to provide information about the patient’s reactions. With this information, patients can reduce pain by… READ FULL ARTICLE

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Prolotherapy, also known as Non-Surgical Ligament and Tendon Reconstruction and Regenerative Joint Injection, stimulates the body’s natural healing to repair. In prolotherapy treatment, a natural irritant is injected near the… READ FULL ARTICLE

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Platelet Rich Plasma

Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) therapy injects a patient’s concentrated platelets to speed healing of injured muscles and joints. PRP injections use each individual patient’s natural healing ability to improve conditions that… READ FULL ARTICLE

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Thermal (Temperature-based) Therapies

Thermal approaches use heating and cooling techniques to reduce inflammation and intercept the pain messages to the brain, which may benefit many different types of chronic pain patients, including those… READ FULL ARTICLE

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Spinal Cord Stimulation

Neuromodulation uses implanted neurostimulators to decrease and manage chronic pain when all other less-invasive methods have failed. Neurostimulators work by sending mild electrical impulses to the epidural space near the… READ FULL ARTICLE

Nerve Blocks

Nerve blocks relieve pain by numbing painful nerve signals. Anesthesia is injected into the area around a nerve to treat neuropathic pain by interrupting pain signals to the brain. Nerve… READ FULL ARTICLE