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DEA Holds 22nd National Prescription Drug Take Back Day to Prevent Addiction and Reduce Overdose Deaths

DEA is making communities safer and healthier by helping the public safely dispose of unneeded controlled substances to reduce opioid addiction. WASHINGTON, DC – The Drug Enforcement Administration will host its Read More

Workmen Compensation and You

If you are injured or become sick while working you may be eligible for workers’ compensation. Workers' compensation can cover medical expenses incurred by a work-related injury or illness, as Read More

Is Botox Right for Me?

When people think about Botox they often think of it as an anti-aging treatment that can smooth away wrinkles and fine lines, but Botox is so much more than just Read More

Majority of U.S. adults with chronic pain use nonopioid management techniques

Majority of U.S. adults with chronic pain use nonopioid management techniques, data indicate HealthDay (2/7) reports "adults with chronic pain use a variety of pain management strategies, including opioids, but the Read More

What Is EMG?

Electromyography or EMG is a diagnostic test that can help a pain management specialist better evaluate the overall function of the muscles and nerves of the body. Through this test, Read More

Treating Your Migraines and Headaches

Your head is throbbing. You can’t concentrate at work. You wish you could just close the door to your office and lie down. Does this scenario sound familiar? It might Read More

The Truth About Acupuncture

So, you’ve heard about acupuncture but you’re not quite sure you understand what it is and how it works. Perhaps you’ve heard about it from a friend who swears by Read More

What Is Scar Deactivation?

From undergoing surgery to a traumatic injury, there are many reasons that a person may develop a scar. A scar is a thickened area of tissue that develops as part Read More

Treating Lumbar Facet Joint Pain

Within the spine are a series of joints that connect the 33 vertebrae. These joints are known as facet joints and their job is to help the spine move properly Read More

Treating Your Fibromyalgia

You’re in constant pain and you’re not sure why. Even your doctors are stumped. This is an all-too-common occurrence for someone living with fibromyalgia. Despite this, millions of Americans have Read More

Chronic Lower Back Pain

Are you living with chronic back pain? If so, you certainly aren’t alone; however, finding the source of your back pain isn’t always simple, and many people find themselves facing Read More

Prolotherapy: Review with background history, mechanism of action, and current evidence

Prolotherapy is a type of therapy that involves injections of an irritant solution into joints, tendons or ligaments to spur an inflammatory response that can expedite healing in damaged tissues.1–3 Read More

DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day Brings in nearly 745,000 Pounds of Unneeded Medications, Continues Fight against Opioid Epidemic

WASHINGTON, DC – The Drug Enforcement Administration, along with its law enforcement partners, has removed close to 745,000 pounds of unneeded prescriptions from medicine cabinets across the country as part of Read More

What Are Trigger Point Injections?

Trigger points are areas of knotted muscle that are painful or sensitive to the touch. A surprising number of people are dealing with trigger points, and you may not even Read More

DEA Holds National Prescription Drug Take Back Day to Turn the Tide Against the U.S. Opioid Epidemic

DEA Holds National Prescription Drug Take Back Day to Turn the Tide Against the U.S. Opioid EpidemicOn Oct. 23, DEA encourages Americans to safely dispose of unneeded medications that too Read More

What Is Regenerative Medicine?

These days, people are looking for the latest and most advanced treatment options to help improve chronic pain, repair injuries and promote faster healing. Regenerative medicine offers advanced treatments that Read More

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