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Pain Management Doctor’s Guide to Marathons
As the colder weather begins to set in, we are rounding out a close to the marathon/5K/charity walk season. If you have been cleared by your pain management doctors to participate in an event, whether you run to win, to beat your own record, for fun, or just want to check something off of your bucket list, there are a litany of events to choose from. But whichever you choose, it is important to prepare your body for the event (or events if you are especially committed), in order to stay safe and healthy.A Holistic Approach to Pain Management
Most people deal with chronic pain at some point in their lives. For some, this pain can last for years. Lower back pain, for example, is extremely common and can be difficult to treat. Many people simply pop a few pills every day, just to cope with the pain. Thankfully, these days there are effective holistic healing methods that allow the patient to not only deal with the pain, but to actually get to the root of the problem and solve it.Brain Rust: What Happens Inside Your Head After A Traumatic Brain Injury?
Traumatic and acquired brain injuries are emerging as serious public health risks. Long term after effects that don’t respond well to treatment have been identified. An underlying chemical change in the brain leading to increased oxidative stress offers a promising new target for treatment.The Many Sciatica Exercises
There are many exercises that you can do to help with sciatica. If you are able to exercise or stretch these muscle will be beneficial to your overall health and feeling better. I have placed here both the traditional exercises and Yoga exercises. Please read on;The Role of T-Type Calcium Channels in Diabetic and Other Neuropathic Pain
The recently discovered T-Type Calcium Channel is a drug target for the treatment of diabetic neuropathy. This articles discusses the theory behind modulation of this calcium channel as a prospective treatment of diabetic nerve pain. Possible herbal treatments and their proposed mechanism of action are discussed.
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