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Pain Relief

  • Arthritis Awareness Month

    May is Arthritis Awareness Month, a disability that affects more than 50 million adults and 300,000 children. People often think of arthritis as a single disease when in fact it is an informal way of referring to joint pain. It is usually associated with old age, but anyone of any age or gender can have arthritis, as there are more than 100 different types. Common arthritis joint symptoms include swelling, pain, stiffness, and decreased range of motion, with mild, moderate, or severe effects on the body. For some, symptoms may remain stagnant for years, but others may have symptoms that progress or get worse over time. Severe cases of arthritis can cause chronic pain and the inability to perform daily tasks like walking and climbing stairs.

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  • Mitigating Migraines

    Most of us have experienced the occasional headache, and they can be quite a pain! Headaches are unpleasant pains that cause pressure or aching in your head. They can occur on both sides of your head, and happen most often in the forehead, temples, and back of the neck. Typically, headaches are temporary and usually last for a few hours. Migraines, however, are intense or severe forms of headaches, with additional symptoms including nausea, pain behind eyes/ears, seeing spots or flashing lights, sensitivity to light, blurred vision, and vomiting. They can last anywhere from a few hours to a few days! Pain from a migraine can be moderate to severe, sometimes even inhibiting individuals from performing daily tasks.

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