Chronic pain is something that affects millions of people. Some cases can be traced to a specific injury but others have an apparent cause. One of the most common types of chronic pain is lower back pain. If you suffer from chronic lower back pain, there are some things you can do to find relief.Read More
This article is part of the Ultimate Guide to Knee Replacement form Logansport Memorial Hospital.
There are many different causes of joint pain—arthritis, injury, disease (such as gout), and more. It's no wonder that joint pain is often a complaint for adults of all ages. Common painful joints tend to be large ones like the knee, hip or shoulder, but joint pain can affect any of the joints in your body.Read More
Posted on Mar 16, 2017 8:27:00 AM | Pain management
People often hold back from seeing a doctor about chronic pain because it can be hard to describe or tie to a specific cause. But if you're experiencing pain on a regular basis, you should not suffer alone. If not controlled, chronic pain can grow and lead to additional physical and mental problems such as depression, anxiety, drug abuse, sleeplessness, and more. You might be surprised to learn what the most common types of chronic pain are and more surprised to learn there are steps you can take to find relief.Read More
Chronic pain may arise from an injury, an illness or have no clear cause. Migraines, pelvic pain, abdominal pain.... all have shown to be more common in women than men. Chronic pain from these sources and others disrupts the quality of life of women throughout Logansport and North Central Indiana. Seeking relief can feel like an insurmountable task, but with patience and care - relief can be found.Read More
Posted on Nov 17, 2016 8:57:00 AM | Pain management
Have you had the following experience? You've been examined by your doctor because of chronic pain. You've completed blood tests, x-rays and other diagnostic tests. You've talked to your doctor about your health and your lifestyle. All signs point to "normal" but you and your doctor both know that you are in pain. If so, you might want to consider Pain Management through Functional Medicine.Read More