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Chronic Pain Doctors: Where are they?

Thursday, December 6th, 2012



For many, chronic pain is an unwelcome visitor that shows up every day and refuses to leave. To manage chronic pain, you need the right doctor for your specific ailments. Below are some helpful tips and links for finding the right chronic pain specialist.

Chronic Pain Doctors: Where are they? B12 Patch

What’s chronic pain?

For healthy individuals, pain is temporary. If you have ever fallen and broken your leg, or if you have injured your neck in a car accident, then you know that the pain will disappear in time with treatment.

Chronic pain, however, lasts day in, day out- and may last for years, or for a lifetime. Chronic pain may occur as a result of an untreatable illness, such as arthritis, multiple sclerosis (MS), or migraines.

Or, chronic pain may result from an underlying health condition yet to be detected, such as pernicious anemia (vitamin B12 deficiency), autoimmune disorders, or chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).

Chronically Pained? Here’s your Essential Chronic Pain Checklist…

Examples of chronic pain include:

  • Chronic nerve pain (neuropathy)
  • Chronic back pain
  • Carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Chronic back pain
  • Migraines
  • Chronic hip pain
  • Chronic knee pain

Where’s Dr. Right?

A specialized chronic pain doctor can help you diagnose the cause of chronic pain and prescribe suitable treatments, such as pain relievers, pain management tools, and natural chronic pain therapies.

To treat chronic pain, you may require the services of an

  • Anesthesiologist;
  • Neurologist;
  • Neurosurgeon;
  • Orthopedic surgeon;
  • Or psychiatrist;

What should I look for?

A good chronic pain doctor should have the following traits:

  • Patience in listening to symptoms
  • Knowledge of the most current chronic pain management treatments
  • Trustworthiness
  • Thoroughness
  • Interest in your symptoms
  • A good reputation

Chronic pain links

Sometimes, it helps to search for a chronic pain doctor by accessing a search engine that covers your area, especially if you live in a remote city.

US News has conducted a list of the top pain management specialists.

PainDoctor.com provides up-to-date information on chronic pain management treatments and specialists.

The International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) is a world-wide organization that supports chronic pain research.

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15 Steps to Better Digestion

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011



Following yesterday’s article, Fast Food Felonies, Part II: Top 10 Fatty Offenders, it only stands to reason that today’s article should be about indigestion. Anybody who felt compelled to try out any of the colossally colon-bursting burgers or fried foods is probably still suffering the aftereffects.

Symptoms of dyspepsia include:

• upper abdominal pain
• repetitive burping
• fierce nausea
• feeling of fullness or bloating
• heartburn
• vomiting

Help is just a teacup or spoonful away; here are some good treatments for indigestion, along with some very important behavior modifications.

Whoa, there!

It takes time for your body to get the message that it’s being fed; usually your brain needs about 20 minutes to receive the update from the stomach before it can start sending you happy “I’m full now” feelings.

Divide that by half.

Whatever portion you have heaped onto your plate- you probably only need about half that amount.

Chew on this for a while.

Remember to put your fork down between bites and chew slowly for better digestion.

No eating after 7.

Give your digestive system a chance to rest along with the rest of your body.

Can’t handle the heat?

Some people just can’t handle spicy foods and their tummies let them know it.

Join the tobacco-free revolution.

Quit smoking- along with lung damage, heart disease and emphysema it also causes indigestion.

Take it all in moderation.

That includes caffeine and alcohol.

Become your body’s journalist.

Keeping track of your eating habits can put things inter perspective.

Take a chill pill.

Relax! Those butterflies in your stomach are caused by excess stress.

Host a daily tea party.

Peppermint tea is naturally soothing to the stomach.

Host an army.

Drink probiotics and get a colony of “friendly” bacteria to live inside your digestive tract.

Holy basil!

Chewing a few leaves of the holy basil herb keeps acid production down to a minimum.

Just a spoonful of aloe…

Take a few teaspoons of Aloe Vera juice about 30 minutes before mealtime to boost digestion.

Get back to your roots.

Chewing a few tablets a day of deglycyrrhizinated licorice root (DGL) forms a healthy protective lining along the inside of your stomach.

Tried everything?

If symptoms are ongoing you should see a doctor to rule out irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).


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National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health

Zbigniew Kosmal

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