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Radiofrequency Ablation for Back Pain

Introduction Radiofrequency ablation is a term used when radio waves are used to produce heat to destroy tissue, usually a nerve. It has been used for several years with great success in patients who have abnormally fast heartbeats. More recently,…

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Fibromyalgia: Best Tips for the Disease

Get Advice and Support From Other Fibromyalgia Patients By Mary Gustafson. A fibromyalgia diagnosis raises as many questions as it answers, leaving sufferers feeling frustrated and alone. But support is as close as the nearest fibro blog. Here, top bloggers…

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Migraine Relief: 10 Myths and Facts

Migraine Relief: 10 Myths and Facts By Diane Wedner Migraines are more than just bad headaches. But many people – and even some doctors – don’t fully understand this complex condition or what’s required for migraine pain relief. You wake…

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Intravenous infusion therapy for the management of pain conditions

Intravenous Infusion Therapy Intravenous (IV) infusion therapy is an exciting treatment option for numerous pain syndromes ranging from fibromyalgia and small fiber neuropathy to Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) and Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD). IV infusion therapy is very simple:…

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Auto accident? Calling your attorney should take a back seat to making an appointment with a pain specialist!

Being in a car crash is an unpleasant experience. Even if you experience only minor injuries, an accident can leave you confused and shaken up; so much so that it can be difficult to know what actions to take. Should…

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Do you need to see a Florida Headache Treatment Specialist?

Do you need to see a Florida Headache Treatment Specialist? A wide range of factors can cause headaches and the pain felt with one type of headache can be unique from the pain felt with another type of headache. Some…

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Complementary medicine for dealing with chronic pain

Emerging research suggests that complementary medicine may enhance the efficacy or reduce the side effects of many conventional pain therapies. Because chronic (long-term) pain can be resistant to many medical treatments and eventually lead to problems when not carefully monitored…

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