Treating chronic pain and seizures - Long term effects of prescribed darvocet for chronic pain

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Chronic pain may be the result of inflammation or injury to skin or superficial tissues, termed as nociceptive pain. Chronic pain may also be the result of injury or damage to nervous system itself, termed as neuropathic or neurogenic pain.More...

 

Treating Chronic Pain And Seizures

Treating Chronic Pain And Seizures

There are many treatments for chronic pain and seizures such as medication, physical therapy, messages, chiropractic, electrical therapy, nerve injections and blocks, implantable pain devices.More...

 

Chronic Leg Pain And Fever

Chronic Leg Pain And Fever

Chronic leg pain can arise from variety of causes ranging from minor illness such as muscle cramp or fifth disease to more serious conditions such as rheumatic fever, nerve disorder, or malignant bone tumors (osteosarcoma). Pain-like sensation often described as pins-and-needles, pricking or burning sensation needs immediate medical attention.More...

Chronic Pain And Grieving

Chronic Pain And Grieving

Some people with chronic pain experiences emotional reactions similar to those of people who are grieving a loss of some kind. They experiences a variety of social, financial and productivity losses in their life. Grieving for such losses may be a prolonged process since chronic pain typically persists for a lengthy period of time.More...

Long Term Effects Of Prescribed Darvocet For Chronic Pain

Long Term Effects Of Prescribed Darvocet For Chronic Pain

Darvocet, a brand name for a mild narcotic painkiller, which combines propoxyphene and acetaminophen, is used to treat mild to moderate pain with or without fever. It belongs to the group called opioid analgesics (related to opium.) chemically similar to methadone.More...

Swimming For Chronic Pain

Swimming For Chronic Pain

Swimming is one of the best forms of aerobic exercise for chronic back pain. It is a perfect non-impact physical activity that can be practiced both by men and women of all age groups. Recent research has shown that swimming can significantly reduce chronic pain associated with fibromalgia and ischemia.More...