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What’s a Slipped Disc?

By Anteneh Abebe | Jun 16, 2020 | 0 Comments

If you or someone close to you has ever had an issue with their spine, you might have heard the term “slipped disc.” The term is very loosely used and often replaced with herniated or bulging disc. This is primarily due to the fact; doctors haven’t come to a consensus in regard to its particular …

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3 Tips to Aid Your Recovery from Lower Back Surgery

By Anteneh Abebe | Jun 16, 2020 | 0 Comments

Lower back surgery is a concentrated surgery and it can keep you in bed for a long time. After such a complex procedure it is important that you make some changes to your existing lifestyle for better recovery. Here are three tips to aid you in your endeavor. Sleep at least 8 hours per night: …

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Could Your Foot Pain Be Caused by a Problem in Your Spine?

By Anteneh Abebe | Jun 16, 2020 | 0 Comments

Our body is meticulously designed with millions of cells. These complex networks of nerves running around all for performing different tasks. Due to this complex design, our body has some weird but important connection. One connection that might surprise you is the direct link between the lumbar and the foot. How Does The Spine Cause …

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Why Urine Drug Testing is so important in pain management?

By Anteneh Abebe | Jun 9, 2020 | 0 Comments

Monitoring of opioids and other medication prescribed patients is important to ensure safe and effective therapy. Many substances that are prescribed for pain management and other legitimate indications are found to be taken incorrectly (either inadvertently or purposefully), shared, sold, or otherwise misdirected (1). To ensure safe and effective therapy, current practice guidelines recommend monitoring …

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Walking Tips to Avoid Sciatica Pain

By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | May 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

If you are suffering from sciatica pain, then walking could benefit you greatly. Walking can release pain-fighting endorphins and reduce inflammation. However, if you have a poor walking form, you might end up increasing sciatica pain. Here are two walking tips to avoid sciatica pain. 1. Keep a short stride to protect your sciatic nerve …

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Treatments for Sacroiliac Joint Pain

By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | May 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

A majority of jobs today consist of sitting for extended periods of time. Time may get away from the average person as they sit with poor posture and or little to no movement. Eventually, this always leads to problems in your legs, back, neck and more. Hence, why you should make it a routine to …

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Quick Stretches To Protect Your Back At Work

By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | May 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

A majority of jobs today consist of sitting for extended periods of time. Time may get away from the average person as they sit with poor posture and or little to no movement. Eventually, this always leads to problems in your legs, back, neck and more. Hence, why you should make it a routine to …

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Could a Problem cause your Foot Pain in Your Spine?

By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | May 2, 2020 | 0 Comments

Everyone has experienced nerve pain in their foot at some point in their life. It can be from wearing a bad shoe or perhaps something anatomical like a neuroma. Your foot pain could be from a superficial issue or possibly more serious like an issue in your spine. Nerve Pain Caused By A Spinal Problem: …

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Myths & Facts about Coronavirus?

By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | Mar 11, 2020 | 0 Comments

There is a lot of information circulating about Coronavirus (COVID – 19), and not all of it is true. This has led the public to distrust or misunderstand some of the information. So, we are busting a few myths and establishing facts about Coronavirus to help you tackle and understand the disease better – 1. …

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Painkillers Can Sometimes Increase Chronic Pain

By drcampbell@wellnessandpaincare.com | Mar 5, 2020 | 0 Comments

America is undergoing an opioid epidemic and as a result we are seeing many changes take place. These changes urge physicians, pharmacists, and even insurance companies to be more skeptical and deliberate about whom to prescribe opioid medications, the dose, and for how long. The overall concern is the addiction risk, but there is also …

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