pain management

Can Cannabis End the Suburban Heroin Epidemic?

...  Cannabis End The Suburban Heroin Epidemic? Cannabis, however naturally releases dopamine into the body allowing the user to get a sense of pleasure and will less likely to feel depression because of a lack of drug. The heroin epidemic is terrible and killing off many young lives. However … Read more on Green Rush Daily Having No Friends Is Painful, Literally psychiatry, neurology, rheumatology, hospital medicine, pain management, chronic pain It turns out that your social … Endorphins play a role in both pain and pleasure, and previous studies have indicated that social relationships are important when … Read more on MD Magazine Tags: pain management, hospital medicine, chronic pain ...

PAD Patients Do Better When Endovascular Therapy Added to Exercise Program

PAD Patients Do Better When Endovascular Therapy Added to Exercise Program Some centers use “workarounds” such as having patients pay out of pocket or coding the condition under coronary or pulmonary rehab, Murphy noted. “But in general, you couldn't get the supervised exercise component if you wanted it, whereas you can get … Read more on TCTMD 'An ideal location': Rehab hospital finds a home at Cummings Center … Center as a great brand. We felt this would be an ideal location.” The hospital provides short-term rehabilitation for a wide variety of patients, including those with head injuries and spinal injuries or recovering from cardiac, neurological or … Read more on The Salem News Read more... ...

Chiropractic Physical Therapy: How Physical Therapy Differs From Chiropractic Care

Physical therapy and chiropractic care both aim to relieve the patient’s pain, improve flexibility and mobility and restore function. Both are effective treatment methods offering good results when provided by experienced physical therapists and chiropractors. The question how physical therapy differs from chiropractic care is one that arises in our minds, when considering treatment for a particular condition. Chiropractic Treatment Focuses on the Functioning of the Spinal Column Read more... ...

Physical Therapy for Kids: Physical Therapy for Broken Hip

A broken or fractured hip resulting from a serious fall or accident would require hospitalization. It may not be common among youngsters as they tend to have strong bones which can tolerate the impact better. While surgery may be required for some, physical therapy for broken hip would be necessary for all especially as one would eventually have to overcome pain and restore the body’s range of motion. Rehabilitation and Therapeutic Sessions Read more... ...

10 Tips for Your Best Stroke Recovery

...  Tips for Your Best Stroke Recovery Rehabilitation is a crucial component of care following a stroke. At top stroke centers some form of rehabilitation begins virtually immediately after a patient is admitted to the hospital — to get them on the right path to the best possible outcomes … Read more on Everyday Health FDA Advisers Tackle Epidural Steroid Shots Regulators, stakeholders, and pain management experts will gather at the FDA's White Oak conference center in Silver Spring, Md., to discuss the safety of injectable corticosteroids, among other topics. While the … In April, after reviewing the … Read more on MedPage Today Read ...

The Borderfree Center

...  a 35-minute walk through village-like streets if you take the back ways. The Borderfree Community Center, when it was first rented, needed considerable rehab and repairs. Hakim, Faiz, Zekerullah … Read more on Las Vegas Informer Using lousy drugs for chronic pain … work in pain recovery by reading "A Day Without Pain," by Mel Pohl M.D. You can access a thorough assessment and treatment for your daughter at two excellent programs: the Berry Ford Center's non-narcotic pain management program or the Las Vegas … Read more on Grosse Pointe News (subscription) Read ...

I Have TMJ, but Doctors “ignore” It… Help?

Question by Kat: I have TMJ, but doctors “ignore” it… help? I’ve talked to several doctors about it. My doctor says to talk to my orthodontist because I had rubber bands on my braces, but my ortho just said “that has nothing to do with me.” (And I’m sure that my braces/bands were where I got it) My dentist passed it off like it was nothing and just told me to take Ibuprofen (this is not a solution!). My roommate had the surgery, but my physical therapist (for my knees. I’m a walking disaster at the age of 20!) says he has never heard of a surgery for TMJ problems. Read more... ...