In order to control ongoing pain, especially the kind of pain that is chronic or long-term, pain management is very important. There are several recommended methods of pain management, such as: prescribed medications, pain treatments, mind-body techniques, and psychotherapy.
There are two primary kinds of pain, acute pain, which can last mere moments and rarely evolves into chronic pain, which alternately persists for long periods of time. Chronic pain can be resistant to common medical treatments and severe problems can arise; because of this, pain management is a necessary and essential option for patients who suffer from chronic pain.
Provides management to the following but not limited to:
Arm and forearm
Wrist and Hand
Ankle and foot
Other sports injuries
*ORTHOPEDIC CONDITIONS AND SURGERIES
Spinal laminectomy and discectomy
Myofascial Pain syndrome
Lower Back Pain
Neck and Back Slipped Disc
Neck and Back radiculopathy
Peripheral Nerve Injuries
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Mobility designates exercises that will increase your range-of-motion and your stabilization, or control of the muscles that surround each joint, Wickham explains. Mobility isn’t the same as flexibility, though it is close.
Strength training or resistance training involves the performance of physical exercises which are designed to improve strength and endurance. It is often associated with the use of weights but can take a variety of different forms.
Good posture refers to the “three natural curves [that] are present in a healthy spine.”.It is also called neutral spine. Looking directly at the front or back of the body, the 33 vertebrae in the spinal column should appear completely vertical.