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Types of chronic pain.

Types of Chronic Pain

If you are dealing with a bodily pain that has lasted for more than a few months, you might have chronic pain. There are many different types of chronic pain that American adults experience on a daily basis, and some forms of pain are more common than others. Types of Chronic Pain CRPM is your…
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Staying positive while recovery from injury

Staying Positive While Recovering from an Injury 

The road to recovery is not a simple one. It can take a long time to heal from injury and recover from constant pain. This not only feels debilitating but limiting in every aspect of life. It makes many of our chronic pain patients wonder if staying positive while recovering from an injury is even…
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Lifestyle habits that lead to back pain.

Lifestyle Habits that Lead to Back Pain

If there is one part of your body that does the most work and holds the most weight, it’s your lower back. This is why lower back pain is so common in adults as they grow older. While we can’t help that our backs do most of the heavy lifting for us, we can recognize…
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Common Christmas injuries and accidents.

Common Christmas Injuries and Accidents

The holiday season is a joyful time of the year for many, but it is also an incredibly chaotic time of the year. Unfortunately, any hospital or urgent care facility will tell you that the last two weeks of December are often the busiest. While some accidents are bound to happen, there are a few…
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Jobs that cause carpal tunnel include desk jobs.

Jobs that Cause Carpal Tunnel

Most physical labor involves the use of your hands. But some jobs might be working your joints and bones way too hard. When some of the biggest nerves in your hand become too squeezed or stretched thin, they can cause carpal tunnel syndrome – a condition that can be triggered by repetitive motions with the…
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Living better with joint pain.

Living Better with Joint Pain

Living every day with constant pain in your joints can really put a damper on your day-to-day activities. It can be a struggle just to perform the simplest of tasks, making the more challenging tasks impossible. While it is comforting to know you are not alone, it can also be comforting to learn the best…
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Bad habits for your joints can cause additional pain.

Bad Habits for Your Joints

When your joints start to ache and you’re feeling stiff, you know there are certain activities that you should stop doing immediately. Such bad habits for your joints can lead to an overall decrease in quality of life. When you’ve developed arthritis in your fingers, the last thing you want to do is type out…
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What causes asthma

What Causes Asthma?

The famously chronic lung disease known as asthma is an irritating and sometimes life-threatening condition that affects people of all ages. It is estimated that over 25 million Americans alone suffer from asthma. These numbers are even more staggering when you consider that there is no cure for this ailment at all. What exactly causes…
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Man leaning on balcony understands smoking worsens chronic pain

How Smoking Worsens Chronic Pain

Dealing with chronic pain is a vast and complex facet of life. Chronic pain is not only physically limiting, but mentally and emotionally difficult as well. Patients who are constantly in pain may experience increased frustration, anxiety, depression, and immobility. And smoking worsens this chronic pain. Sometimes, it may seem like there is no hope.…
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Light exercise like speed walking can help with fibromyalgia symptoms

Exercise and Fibromyalgia

Did you know that fibromyalgia affects 10 million people each year in the U.S. alone? For patients who suffer from being a part of this statistic, chronic muscle pain, fatigue, sleep problems, and tender joints are all too familiar. With persistent stress on the muscles and soft tissue, any form of exercise can be downright…
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