What Pain Patients Should Know About Addiction to Pain Medications

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 15, 2019 3:02:42 PM / by Florida Pain Relief Centers posted in Pain Medicine, Pain Medication, Florida Pain Relief, Chronic Pain Management

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The number of people becoming addicted to prescription opioids, such as morphine, codeine, oxycodone and hydrocodone, is increasing every year in the United States.

Opioid addiction affects individuals of all ages and from all walks of life, many of whom would never take illicit drugs but are willing to take pain relief medication when prescribed by a physician for a specific pain condition.

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Can Diet Impact Chronic Pain Management?

[fa icon="calendar'] Jul 11, 2019 5:43:53 PM / by Florida Pain Relief Centers posted in Chronic Pain Management

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Patients suffering from chronic and neuropathic pain conditions recognize that effectively managing their disorder often requires a comprehensive approach. Working with licensed and board-certified clinicians trained in customized treatment plans that integrate the very latest therapies, treatments, and innovations to seize progression is essential to prohibiting and reducing prolonged aches and pains. However, it's also crucial to modify lifestyle routines and daily habits to support and promote holistic health with long-term, sustainable results.

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Spinal Stenosis: Managing This Degenerative and Chronic Pain Condition

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 26, 2019 4:27:13 PM / by Florida Pain Relief Centers posted in Florida Pain Relief, Spinal Health, Chronic Pain Management, Neck Pain

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A wide range of factors can cause chronic pain conditions. Genetics, diseases, diet, accidents, and physical injuries can all increase the risk of enduring a multitude of debilitating long-term disorders that impact mobility and overall quality of life. Even those of us who manage to make it through decades without an acute, neuropathic, or chronic episode may still have to worry about age-induced pain symptoms.

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Managing Your Chronic Pain: How to Talk to Your Doctor

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 21, 2019 12:40:20 PM / by Florida Pain Relief Centers posted in Florida Pain Relief Centers, Florida Pain Relief, Chronic Pain Management

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At Florida Pain Relief Centers, we know that discussing your chronic and neuropathic pain condition with your healthcare provider is essential to receive the treatment and therapies needed for relief. However, we also recognize that talking about discomfort, loss of mobility, and reduced quality of life for patients is often more challenging than they realize. Unlike other disorders and syndromes that utilize sophisticated medical equipment to assist with the diagnosis and care process, there's no designated monitor doctors can use to get a firm understanding of pain levels; clinicians and patients must work closely with each other to establish a baseline for moving forward with treatment.

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Understanding the Signs And Causes of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 20, 2019 12:50:55 PM / by Florida Pain Relief Centers posted in Chronic Pain Management

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In many ways, modern technology makes our lives easier, more convenient, and more comfortable. However, sometimes, innovation can have potentially severe and chronic consequences. Our increasing dependency on all things digital and automated can have a negative impact on our physical strength, health, and wellness. Lower back pain, sitting disease, and text neck are just a few of the many chronic pain conditions that have surged over the last decade with our steadily increasing use of smart phones, computers, and other electronic devices.

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Tampa Bay Area Patient Finally Finds Pain Relief After Decades of Failures

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 13, 2019 12:20:47 PM / by Tampa Pain Relief Centers posted in Chronic Pain Management

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Patients living with chronic pain in Florida's Tampa Bay region turn to Tampa Pain Relief Centers' team of expert pain management clinicians. Tampa PRC's dedicated staff of licensed and certified physicians has not only helped patients suffering from a wide range of conditions and neuropathies find relief, but has also helped these patients improve functionality, mobility, and overall quality of life.

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Neuropathic Pain: Types And Treatments

[fa icon="calendar'] May 21, 2019 12:01:47 PM / by Florida Pain Relief Centers posted in Causes of Chronic Pain, Chronic Pain Management

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People suffering from chronic pain symptoms typically fall into two categories: musculoskeletal and neuropathic. Musculoskeletal discomfort impacts the body's joints, muscles, tendons, bones, spine, and neck in various combinations.

Often the result of overuse, an injury, or joint degeneration, musculoskeletal aches, while varying in degrees of discomfort, are often considered "pain with a purpose," letting us know we need to prioritize rest and recovery to prevent further physical injury during the healing process.

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Utilizing DRG Therapy For Chronic Pain Management

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 29, 2019 9:48:00 AM / by Dr. Edward Lubin posted in Chronic Pain, Chronic Pain Management

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As a leading provider of chronic pain management and treatment, Florida Pain Relief Center prioritizes the patient experience.

We recognize that every patient has a unique care journey, making access to a diverse range of innovative, proven therapies critical. Our physicians understand that not all neuropathic chronic pain patients respond to Spinal Cord Stimulation.

To optimize relief and wellness throughout every phase of the care continuum, FPRC's team of leading neuromodulation experts also offers dorsal root ganglion (DRG) stimulation.

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