Many of the people I see who are suffering with chronic pain have been living with their condition for many years. Many times these people have been told there is nothing wrong anymore e.g., the surgery was a complete success, the MRI or X-Rays show no problems. And yet the pain continues. In some instances this may be due to a neuroplasticity effect. Please watch my Video Blog and then read the remainder of this post.
Many people with chronic pain disorders become clinically depressed and a medication intervention may be necessary depending upon an assessment of their problem. The Addiction-Free Pain Management® System suggests that a full biopsychosocial evaluation be taken to determine the type and severity of the depression. Please watch my Video Blog below and then read the remainder of this post.
Posted on September 29, 2014 by Dr. Steve Grinstead
Some people develop a “need” for instant gratification (I want it and I want it now). Unfortunately, some of the acute pain medication promises of instant relief lead people into this instant gratification trap to manage a chronic pain problem—they are only interested in the quick fix. Please watch my Video Blog Below and then read the remainder of this post.
Posted on September 26, 2014 by Dr. Steve Grinstead
was honored and excited to be invited to present at the North Carolina Physicians Health Program (NCPHP) this weekend in Asheville North Carolina. My presentation is about managing pain and medication in recovery and it based upon my Addiction-Free Pain Management® System. Please watch my Video Blog below and then read the reminder of the post to learn more.
Posted on September 22, 2014 by Dr. Steve Grinstead
If you’re living with chronic pain like I am it’s crucial to learn to learn how to manage your pain flare ups—sometimes called recurrent acute pain. In this Blog I want to give you five simple tips for managing these pain flare ups and achieving freedom from suffering. But first please watch my Video Blog below and then read the reminder of the post to learn more.
Posted on September 19, 2014 by Dr. Steve Grinstead
If you are living with neuropathic pain like I am you know that the treatment can be frustrating and often ineffective. While acute short-term pain is usually easy to manage and many chronic pain conditions can be treated effectively, neuropathic pain management can be a major treatment challenge for both patients and their healthcare providers. Please watch my Video Blog below and then read the remainder of this post.
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